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THEATRE REVUE: Fiddler Breaks Tradition for its Farewell Tour

Nearly forty years ago on the Great White Way, America was introduced to the beloved musical, Fiddler on the Roof, at the Imperial Theatre. Fiddler tells the story of a milkman who is used to the old traditions while the village of Anatevka turns upside down. With Zero Mostel at the helm on September 22, 1964; Fiddler has reached new heights by earning eleven Tony awards, countless revivals and a movie adaptation.  Now the famous musical we had grown to love will tour across America one more time for its final swan song. If I were a rich man, I would go see this musical before it goes off into the sunset.

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