Silk Street Theatre, Barbican
Production Sound Engineer: Monty Evans
Sound Operator: Eleanor Coxall
Radio Mic Team: Jordan Lindsay, Emily Zayed, Danielle Utley and Colin Greatbatch
Director: Martin Connor
Musical Director: Steven Edis
Choreographer: Joanna Goodwin:
Designer: Adam Wiltshire
Lighting Designer: Tim Lutkin
Equipment Supplied by: Loh Humm Audio
Tevye, a poor milkman and father of five daughters, struggles to maintain the traditions of his Jewish culture and religion in early twentieth century Imperial Russia. He and his family settle in a small village where the oppressive Tsar now orders the eviction of all Jews. His strong-minded daughters don’t help to make his life any easier when they decide to marry for love.
This life-affirming tale, Tevye’s faith, love and pride help him endure in a life that is as precarious as a fiddler sitting on a roof.
Photos by: Clive Barda
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