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See "Fiddler on the Roof (In Yiddish)" for only $45 (including all fees)!

Format: Performance
Midtown W
Multiple dates
2 hours and 50 minutes
$45.00
Critics and members don't always agree, but they do when it comes to "Fiddler on the Roof (In Yiddish)" (with English supertitles). It has a ShowScore of 91! 
We now have tickets for Friday and Saturday evening performances through October! For just $45 (including fees!), spend your night with Tevye and his family by seeing this beautiful production directed by Oscar and Tony Award-winner Joel Grey.
This revival won the Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle Awards for Outstanding Revival of a Musical. The cast includes Lucille Lortel Award winner Steven Skybell as Tevye, as well as Emmy and Lucille Lortel Award nominee Jackie Hoffman as Yente the Matchmaker. 
What are we seeing and when?
"Fiddler on the Roof (In Yiddish)" at Stage 42 (422 W 42nd Street) on Fridays and Saturdays through October at 8 PM.

What's the story?

A Yiddish translation by Shraga Friedman adds depth and dimension to the most well-known Jewish musical in the world, the beloved story of a community and its struggle to balance traditions and desires in a changing world.



What's the deal?

Tickets are $45 for Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm. This price includes our fee.


What else do I need to know?

  • Reservations are non-refundable. Each ticket price includes a $15 fee. 
  • You'll need to pick up your tickets at the box office 30 minutes before the performance.  

If you’re interested but can’t make the dates, or if the seats are gone, please click the buttons above or below to join the waitlist or choose another date -- we’ll use that info to try and get more seats!



Ends Jan 05

Fiddler on the Roof (In Yiddish)

Members say: Entertaining, Great acting, Great singing, Absorbing, Delightful
91
Based on 589 member reviews

Experience 'Fiddler on the Roof' in a new way – in Yiddish, the language of Tevye and his family. Oscar and Tony Award-winner Joel Grey directs this production, presented with English and Russian supertitles.

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The Yiddish translation by Shraga Friedman adds depth and dimension to the most well-known Jewish musical in the world, the beloved story of a community and its struggle to balance traditions and desires in a changing world.