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The world-famous Broadway production, Fiddler On The Roof is playing at Rockdale Town Hall this March presented by Rockdale Musical Society.

It captures the beautiful story of Tevye and his five daughters in the small, traditional town of Anatevka. The audience will be taken through the good times and the bad as Tevye defends and challenges the traditions of his village and adapts to a new world.

Multi-award-winning entertainer, Adam Scicluna, who will be playing the part of Tevye said, “I think they can expect an incredible journey in human emotion. There is everything in this show – hilarious scenes for them to laugh, to cry, to experience all the emotions that this family go through trying to deal with all the trials and tribulations.”

Fiddler On The Roof has a range of beautiful songs such as If I Were A Rich Man, Tradition and L’Chaim (To Life).

“All the songs in this show are evergreens so in addition to people leaving having enjoyed this tremendous live 20 odd piece orchestra playing this magnificent score, they will leave with a real sense of the whole idea of family and struggle and what it’s like to keep going in the face of adversity.”

This version of Fiddler On The Roof is faithful to the original Broadway production, “there was a new Broadway production produced just last year and we’ve had a good look at that and the aim was to bring a rustic and authentic feel to the show through the use of minimalistic sets and authentic costumes so we’ve really tried to adopt that. It’s such an awesome experience, people will laugh their heads off,” Scicluna said.

Until Mar 11. Rockdale Town Hall, 448 Princes Highway. $34-$43.50. Tickets & Info:

By Jade Morellini