22nd-27th March 2010
Fiddler on the Roof… You wouldn’t think a musical about poverty, parenthood, hunger and arranged marriages would be the ideal background for one of the most successful musicals ever written – but it is!
Tevye is the father of five daughters, he is a very poor Russian milkman with a wry sense of humour and a hot line to talk to God.
He believes in “Tradition” and when his daughters all want to make their own decisions about love and marriage he is challenged.
He is also challenged by his straight talking wife.. “Do you love me?” they sing to each other.
There are memorable songs, dance, dreams, heartbreak and happiness all to be found in this superb musical which bring the world of Anatevka to life on stage. You shouldn’t miss it, it will make you laugh, it will make you cry and it will reinforce your belief in life!
|Musical Director||Derek Canfield|
|Stage Manager||Mike Davall|
|Lazar Wolf||David Main|
|Avram (The Bookseller)||Tony Siddall|
|Nachum (The Begger)||Ron Walker|
|Grandmna Tzeitel||June Thomas|
|Mordcha (The Inkeeper)||Eric McLoughlin|
|Sasha (Russian Tenor)||Ron Walker|
|Mendel (Rabbis Son)||Mark Baxter|
|Yussel||Arie Van Nieuwenhuijzen|
|Lazars Housekeeper||Lynda Taylor|
|Shaindel (Motels Mother)||Vanessa Van Nieuwenhuijzen|
|Bottle Dancers||Mark Aston, Mark Baxter, Tim Canfield, Paul Tapley, Richard Young|
|Daughters||Rebecca Armes, Naomi Ashley, Laura Gurney, Isobel Davis, Evie Fleming, Jenny Galliford, Fern Higgins, Jasmine Hood, Lucy Jesse, Rebecca Rogers, India Woodliffe,|
|Ensemble||Mark Aston, Joyce Atlee, Tim Canfield, Joshua Chapman, Helen Dayson, Tony Doherty, Oliver Hastings, Vanessa Higgins, Jim Prescott, Paul Tapley, Richard Young|