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In Tsarist Russia in 1905, poor dairyman Tevye is doing his best to preserve tradition in the face of a changing world by marrying his daughters off in the traditional Jewish way. But revolution is in the air and the young are guided by their hearts, not their elders. When his daughters refuse the matchmaker's advice and marry for love instead, Tevye must choose between their happiness and his beloved traditions.Performers Omid Djalili (Tevye), Tracy-Ann Oberman (Golde), Chris Jarman (Lazar Wolf), Emma Kingston (Hodel), Liza Sadovy (Yente), Louis Maskell (Perchik), Laura Tebbutt (Fruma Sarah), Jos Slovick (Motel), Simbi Akande (Tzeitel), Rse Shalloo (Chava), Ryan Anderson, Leo Andrew, Andrew Boyer, Greg Castiglioni, Stephen John Davis, Nicholas Duncan, Luke Fetherston, Rosie Fletcher, Harry Francis, Victoria Hinde, Abigail Jaye, Lucinda Lawrence, Megan O'Hanlon, Sephora Parish, Pierce Rogan, Matthew Woodyatt.
Book by Joseph Stein. Music Jerry Bock. Lyrics Sheldon Harnick. Producer Chichester Festival Theatre. Director Daniel Evans. Design Lez Brotherston. Choreographer Alistair David. Music David White (Musical Supervisor/Orchestrator). Music Andy Massey (Co-Orchestrator). Musical Director Tom Brady. Lighting David Hersey. Sound Carolyn Downing. Director Charlotte Sutton (Casting Director).
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