PREVIEW: Spring musical Fiddler on the Roof plays a message on immigration

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Junior Emerynrose Gepilano and Golde (senior Ella Baker) share a terrified look during a spooky dream. Photo by Leonard Caoili

This year’s spring musical, Fiddler on the Roof, centers on the Jewish milkman, Tevye and his five daughters. It explores topics of immigration and the breaking of traditions in the Jewish culture. Director Annemarie Ullman is bringing something new to the table this year and attempting to draw parallels between the play and current issues of immigration.
Fiddler on the Roof will be running from March 9–12 in the Carol Channing Theater.

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Hodel (senior Sarah Magen) tosses a broom to her sisters during “Matchmaker”. Photo by Tobi Kawanami
A cast member holds a candle in one of the opening scenes. Photo by Esther Posillico
Motel, played by senior Luke Howard, celebrates his wedding as he is lifted in a chair by his fellow townspeople Peter Stielstra and Joseph Guenther during the Hora. Photo by Leonard Caoili
Tzeitel (junior Zahra Rothschild) and Motel prepare to be wed. Photo by Leonard Caoili.
(Left): Sarah Magen, portraying Hodel. (Right): Russians and Jews celebrate a new marriage engagement with lots of vodka at the town inn. Photos by Tobi Kawanami.
Motel and Tzeitel prepare for the Sabbath. Photo by Tobi Kawanami.
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