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A Fiddler on the Roof? Sounds crazy, no?
February 9, 2017 at 4:21 a.m.
<p class="Picture">The cast celebrates after their final song “Anatevka.”</p>
<p class="Picture">What is a wedding without a little dancing? </p>
<p class="Picture">Tzeitel, played by Kate Kitchin, and Motel, played by Sam Savitt, are married. </p>
<p class="Picture">After 25 years of marriage, Tevye (Zach Berger) asks his wife Golde (Rachel Dashow), “Do You Love Me?”</p>
<p class="Picture">The bar patrons celebrate after Tevye, played by Zach Berger, promises his eldest daughter to the village butcher, Lazar Wolf, played by Noah Levine. Blind Brook Middle School presents “Fiddler on the Roof, Jr.” on Friday, Feb. 10 at 7 p.m. and Saturday, Feb. 11 at 12 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. Tickets are $12 and can be purchased up to one hour prior to the show in the Blind Brook Middle/High School lobby, right outside the auditorium doors. The show has two casts that split the performances. Photo story by Casey Watts</p>
<p class="Picture">Tevye, played by Zach Berger, sings “If I Were a Rich Man.”</p>
<p class="Picture">Hodel, played by Alyssa Artabane, sings “Far From the Home I Love” to convince her father Tevye, played by Zach Berger, to allow her to meet her fiancé who was arrested in Siberia. </p>
<p class="Picture">Golde, played by Rachel Dashow, speaks with the village’s matchmaker, Yente, played by Clara Hastings, about a man who has his eyes on Golde’s eldest daughter. </p>
<p class="Picture">Daughters Hodel (Alyssa Artabane), Tzeitel (Kate Kitchin) and Chava (Alyssa Schwartzman) sing “Matchmaker,” a song about wanting to be married to a man who is good to them. </p>
<p class="Picture">Spending the Sabbath with family. Mother and daughters set the table for dinner while the eldest daughter Tzeitel, played by Kate Kitchin, washes the floor.</p>