Fiddler on the Roof: Beloved Musical Celebrates Tradition & Family
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The last date listed for Fiddler on the Roof was Sunday February 2, 2014 / 2:00pm.
Currently at Lyceum Theatres:
- Full Price:
- $45.00 - $55.00
- Our Price:
- $22.50 - $27.50
Grammy-nominated pianist Mona Golabek pays moving tribute to her pianist mother -- a survivor of the Holocaust and the London Blitz -- in this hit concert drama directed by audience favorite Hershey Felder. Golabek, seated onstage at the piano, performs some of the world's most beloved piano music while sharing harrowing true tales of her mother's life. As a young Jewish pianist in 1938 Vienna, Golabek's mother, Lisa Jura, dreamt of a concert debut at the storied Musikverein concert hall. But when she was swept up in the Kindertransport to London in an attempt to be protected from the Nazi regime, everything about Jura's life was upended -- except her love of music. The Los Angeles Times calls The Pianist of Willesden Lane "an arresting, deeply affecting triumph." Learn More
If you want a wonderful Italian dinner before the show, go to Operacaffe, right across the street on 4th. My husband, who is from Brooklyn, says he hasn't had chicken parmesan that good since New York. And my salmon was delicious.The Pianist of Willesden Lane dining • Sep 15 2014 star this tip starred
Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from Rita the DogRed Velvet
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What a first-class performance! Everything about Lambs Players' FIDDLER is top-notch, from the acting, singing and costumes to the stage work, klezmer band and choreography. The choreography and the band deserve special praise: the dancing is lively and often fills the stage, intoned with flavors of Jewish dance from traditional circle dancing down to the chair lifts during the Hora, along with the Russian soldiers' acrobatic kicks and leaps and spins. The live band perfectly works with the actors in both singing and dance, often participating in scenes when appropriate. The actors were all "triple threats" -- talented actors, singers and dancers, inhabiting their characters beautifully. Even my companion was enthralled, though I had dragged him there by force. "I've seen the movie," he grumbled, "I don't need to see a local theatre performance." After the show he admitted he was grateful he went. From sullen at the theatre to enraptured -- what better testament is there than that?
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San Diego Reader Critic’s Pick
This fresh, stirring and joyous production draws on the fascinating musical tradition of the Klezmer band, with powerful dance numbers and an amazing cast of actor-singer-dancers.
_Fiddler on the Roof _is recommend for ages 7 and older.
Running time is approximately two hours and 40 minutes, including one 20-minute intermission. _