Monday, February 28, 2011

Fiddler on the Roof Review

Fiddler on the Roof  - In Russia, while Communism rises, the small village of Anetevka has always honored tradition. Tevye, a poor Jewish milkman with five daughters, talks with God about his problems.

The village matchmaker matches Tevye's three eldest daughters. But Tevye's daughters decide to marry different men than the matchmaker appointed. They seek their father's approval. Tevye must decide whether he will break the traditions of Anetevka.

In the midst of Tevye's trials, the czar of Russia has decided to make Anetevka's residents leave. The village people have only two choices: leave Anetevka for another home or continue living in Anetevka without the promise of peace.

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