Fiddler On The Roof is about values at a time, like today, when there is confusion over those values. It is about the breaking down of traditions when some people are still trying to uphold these traditions. It is about a man and his relationship with his family, his people, the enemies of his people and of his special relationship with God. It is about love, of man for woman, of men for their fellow men and for their birthplace. It is about pride and dignity, sorrow and oppression. It actually takes place in a small village in Czarist Russia, called Anatevka. But it really takes place everywhere.
–Tim Lawson, producer who reintroduced ‘Fiddler on the Roof’ to the stage in Australia 2016
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