Venue Details

81 Star Starred
Cahn Auditorium
at Northwestern University 600 Emerson Street Evanston, IL 60208
847-491-5080
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I wore For a Wednesday matinee, shorts and a polo shirt will work fine for a man. .
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We went to a Wednesday matinee. Parking was difficult, mainly because Evanston has two hour street parking till 6 pm. So look for the public parking lot at Chicago & Clark, about two blocks southwest of the theatre. Leave yourself time to drive around looking for it - several one way streets are involved.
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Reviews & Ratings

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4.8 average rating
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20 events
20 reviews
15 stars
attended Aug 20 2014

wonderful play, great music, glad I went.

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13 reviews
6 stars
attended Aug 13 2014

Wonderful cast, great choreography, first-class orchestra - definitely a five-star production in every respect.

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2 reviews
1 stars
attended Aug 15 2014

It was way too long and the dynamics were lost. It could have been cut in half

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More Information

Website

http://lightoperaworks.org/Fiddler.html

Description

This show is recommended for ages 10 and older.

The performance is two hours and 50 minutes long, including one intermission.

About the Ticket Supplier: Light Opera Works

Light Opera Works is a resident professional not-for-profit theater in Evanston, Illinois, founded in 1980. The company’s mission is to produce music theater from a variety of world traditions. Works include American, British, Viennese and French operettas such as Sweethearts, H.M.S. Pinafore, The Pirates of Penzance, Die Fledermaus, The Merry Widow and Beautiful Helen of Troy (La Belle); classic American musical theater, such as Candide, Fiddler on the Roof and Camelot, and new works such as Ragtime, Soup du Jour and No Way to Treat a Lady. All productions are in English, with foreign works done in carefully edited modern translations. Maximum scholarship is employed to preserve the original vocal and orchestral material as well as the spirit of the original text whenever possible.