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The dancing, singing is so amazing. The orchestra is excellent.
Cynthia from Amarillo, Texas
BROADWAY QUALITY IN AMARILLO
The Acting , The Music,The sets and lighting all brought this classic to life again last night for us to enjoy! We were soon swept away to the Eastern Russia and old World of Tradition! It is my heritage- but all can relate to the brilliant Music and Dance .
Quick buy a Ticket to tonight’s performance, you shouldn’t miss this classic.
Tracey Vella from Dallas, Texas
OUTSTANDING FIDDLER ON THE ROOF!
Outstanding!!! Vocals were top notch! Crowd loved it! Performances were superb! Best musical I have seen yet! Thank you the memories!
Mike G. from Rochester, New York
FIDDLER ON THE ROOF
The cast was terrific but the actor that played Yenta was not a good fit. The first act was phenomenal from start to finish! The second act was a letdown. In total the show is well worth attending.
Dan Williams from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
TERRIFIC WITH A FEW EXCEPTIONS
I’m a long time Fiddler fan ... even played Lazar Wolf in high school. I loved how this
production cast younger leads than other productions. That was more in keeping with the
source material and made better sense considering the ages of the daughters. I was looking
forward to the idea of having Tevye’s descendant opening and closing the show, but it just
Casting was uneven. Secondary leads like the Constable, Rabbi, Lazar and Yente were Ok, but
not memorable. Yente, the broadest, funniest, most beloved character was flat and blended
into the background. Traditional huge laughs were hurried through and missed the mark. She
even flubbed a line in the Gossip bit that the Tzeitel character had to help recover.
In general, I found that many songs and key speeches were paced a little too fast, missing big
laughs. On the positive side, I loved the big numbers like Sunrise, Sunset, the Dream
Sequence and Chavala. The entire “To Life” scene was phenomenal
Deborah Larsen from St. Louis, Missouri
ALWAYS A FAVORITE
Overall I loved the production. I saw it at the Fox Theater in St Louis last night. The opening number was magnificent as was the dream sequence. The singing of the main characters was very good particularly the performer who played Hodel. I did, however, wish they had mixed more volume and bass in the male leads. I was disappointed in the bar scene as I did not feel that the costumes or choreography made it very clear that there were the distinctly two factions of townspeople participating. I also felt like they should have done a bit of padding in the Golde costume and made her look a bit older. Set design was good albeit a bit distracting with so many chorus characters constantly moving trees, etc while other dialogue is going on. Orchestration was wonderful as always with the Fox orchestra.
Elizabeth Henderson from Los Angeles, California
A most enthusiastic cast, with superb dancers. The new choreography and staging is far better than the original. The Israeli actor playing Tevye is astonishing good as an actor and singer - and I’ve seen Zero Mostel and others play this role. Alas, Golde, his wife, lacks soul, never captures that Jewish mother/wife essence under the hardness. Yenta is terrible; shocking she was cast. The oldest daughter is excellent; the youngest can act but lacks the voice. The rabbi and other men also lack voice power and/or acting chops. Still, go see it, for Tevye and the dancing! You will cry and fall in love with the show again, anyway.
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