In the organizer's words:
Somewhere in Eastern Europe, in the shtetl of Anatevka, all life strictly follows Jewish tradition. The milkman Tevye struggles with this. And with his God. And with the love stubbornness of his three oldest daughters - until pogroms threaten the life of the small village community ...The book Fiddler on the Roof was written by Joseph Stein based on motifs from the Yiddish stories of Scholem Alejchem, which were written between 1894 and 1916. Anatevka depicts humor and human suffering between survival joy and catastrophe in one of the most life-affirming love-turned-marriage tragicomedies of the 20th century. After Barrie Kosky's production ran at the Lyric Opera of Chicago, the New York Times wrote "This is certainly the most convincing - and least cliché-laden - Fiddler imaginable."
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12 - 94 €