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Opening Night At Fiddler on the Roof in Yiddish

Opening Night At Fiddler on the Roof in Yiddish

After an extended sold-out run at the Museum of Jewish Heritage, Fiddler on the Roof from the National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene opened Off-Broadway at Stage 42 on February 21.

Directed by Joel Grey, This Fiddler is performed in Yiddish. The production is accompanied by supertitles in English and Russian.

Joel Grey and cast
Steven Skybell
Jennifer Babiak, Steven Skybell
Steven Skybell and cast

The cast features: Steven Skybell as Tevye, Emmy® Award-nominee Jackie Hoffman as Yente, Jennifer Babiak as Golde, Joanne Borts, Michael Einav,  Lisa Fishman, Kirk Geritano, Abby Goldfarb, Samantha Hahn, Cameron Johnson, John Giesige, Ben Liebert; Moshe Lobel, Stephanie Lynne Mason, Evan Mayer, Rosie Jo Neddy, Raquel Nobile,  Jonathan Quigley, Nick Raynor, Bruce Sabath, Kayleen Seidl, Drew Seigla, Adam B. Shapiro, Jodi Snyder, James Monroe Števko,  Lauren Jeanne Thomas, Bobby Underwood, Mikhl Yashinsky, and Rachel Zatcoff.

Steven Skybell and cast
Steven Skybell, Jennifer Babiak, Jackie Hoffman, Stephanie Lynne Mason, Drew Seigla and Rachel Zatcoff
Joel Grey
Steven Skybell
Adam B. Shapiro
Jackie Hoffman
Rosie Jo Neddy, Cameron Johnson
Jennifer Babiak
Joel Grey and cast
Lauren Jeanne Thomas
Joel Grey
Joel Grey, Sheldon & Margery Harnick
Steven Skybell, Jennifer Babiak and the daughters in Yiddish Fiddler

All photos by Mary Otnipol

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