April 29, 2015
Karen Hauge, KCMetropolis
“To Life! To Life!” To Spinning Tree!
Fiddler on the Roof tells the story of a small town and its problems—small problems like the lameness of a horse, the pushiness of one’s long-suffering wife, and the marriageability of poor young women. But there are much larger issues lurking in the background of small Anatevka—discrimination, social unrest, and the mutable relevance of living one’s life according to the Good Book.
Just as the story of Fiddler captures big problems in a small …Read More »