Directed by Tony award winner Bartlett Sher, this new Broadway revival of Bock & Harnick's classic musical follows Jewish milkman Tevye, who strives to maintain "Tradition" as his daughters fall in love. More…
The original production won ten Tony Awards including a special Tony for becoming the longest-running Broadway musical of all time. The revival, from the creative team behind 'The King and I', will be based on the Tony Award-winning original conception and choreography of Jerome Robbins, and will feature choreography by Israeli-born artist Hofesh Shechter. This heartwarming musical is the story of fathers and daughters, husbands and wives, and the timeless traditions that define faith and family.
See it if you have never seen it before, want to see a classic musical, you are a Danny Burstein fan.
Don't see it if you are disappointed by a lackluster production, boring, incidental sets and uneven acting.
See it if you want to see a classic Broadway musical on stage or if you like older shows.
Don't see it if you want a short evening at the theater (this is nearly 3 hours long).
See it if you need to see a production of this landmark musical for anthropological purposes and/or Danny Burstein purposes.
Don't see it if you would prefer a show that runs a full three hours to be lively, mostly musical, and have a concise book with strong characterizations.
See it if Like the music and get in at a discount. Don't believe the hype about how improved it is.
Don't see it if A cheap set bothers you..young woman with caps and beards dancing in the background...mediocre staging.
See it if you love the story and the music
Don't see it if you want an impressive and confidant Tevye. he was too nice and too nebbish. His wife was too mean. The matchmaker was TOO jewish.
See it if you like this revival. You feel nostalgia and want to live again this classic story.
Don't see it if you've seen it already in any of its formats: Movie, Broadway, High School Play.
See it if you're a fan of Fiddler & want to see a beautiful, world-class staging. I don't love the show but the production design & directing was aces
Don't see it if you're looking for something fun & contemporary. This was my first time seeing Fiddler. I was ready to love it but found it extremely dull.
See it if If you want to see a lackluster production of a brilliant musical. Misdirected. If you want to see how not to revive a musical.
Don't see it if You love the Jerome Robbins version of Fiddler on the Roof
See it if You have never had a chance to see a professional production of Fiddler before.
Don't see it if You expect it to revival Bartlett Sher's productions of South Pacific or King and I.
See it if You just want to see Fiddler. Solid (though somewhat unmemorable) performances and great choreography (the highlight of the evening)
Don't see it if You want something new. Sher does a few interesting things, but can't seem to decide between a traditional production or a reinvented one.
See it if you enjoy classic Broadway shows. It was a very enjoyable 2.5 hours and worth seeing if you haven't. Great big broadway cast and music!
Don't see it if you need something edgy, Fiddler is showing it's age and is quite a slow musical at parts.
See it if you like Danny Burstein. His performance and the choreography are wonderful and the story and music are, as always, lovely.
Don't see it if you've seen another production. Sets and framing device are terrible, actors are miscast, Matchmaker is made into a dirge. The joy is lost.
See it if you want to hear one of the greatest scores and stories ever written for the stage. Danny Burstein is an excellent Tevye.
Don't see it if love Fiddler already. It's not the strongest overall production.