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Full Casting Revealed for Danny Burstein-Led Fiddler on the Roof Revival

The new Broadway production of the classic musical also stars Jessica Hecht, Alexandra Silber, Melanie Moore, and Adam Kantor.

Danny Burstein takes on the role of Tevye in Bartlett Sher's upcoming Broadway revival of Fiddler on the Roof.
(© David Gordon)

Final casting has been revealed for the upcoming Broadway revival of Jerry Bock, Sheldon Harnick, and Joseph Stein's classic musical Fiddler on the Roof.

Leading the company are the previously announced Tony nominees Danny Burstein and Jessica Hecht as Tevye and Golde, alongside Alexandra Silber as Tzeitel, Adam Kantor as Motel, Alix Korey as Yente, Samantha Massell as Hodel, Ben Rappaport as Perchik, Jessica Vosk as Fruma Sarah, Melanie Moore as Chava, Adam Dannheisser as Lazar Wolf, Aaron Young as Sasha, Nick Rehberger as Fyedka, and Karl Kenzler as the Constable. The principal company will also include Hayley Feinstein as Bielke, Mitch Greenberg as Yussel and the Beggar, Adam Grupper as the Rabbi, Lori Wilner as Grandma Tzeitel, and Jeffrey Schecter as Mendel.

The ensemble is made up of Julie Benko, Eric Bourne, Jacob Guzman, Jesse Kovarsky, Reed Luplau, Brandt Martinez, Sarah Parker, Marla Phelan, George Psomas, Silvia Vrskova, and Jonathan Royse Windham, with the newly announced Stephen Carrasco and Eric Chambliss completing the lineup.

Directed by Tony winner Bartlett Sher, Fiddler on the Roof will feature choreography by Hofesh Shechter, based on the original work of Jerome Robbins.The creative team includes frequent Sher collaborators Michael Yeargan (scenic design), Catherine Zuber (costume design), Donald Holder (lighting design), and Scott Lehrer (sound design). Oran Eldor provides dance arrangements.

Featuring a book by Joseph Stein and a score by Jerry Bock and Sheldon Harnick, Fiddler on the Roof is inspired by Sholom Alecheim's stories of the milkman Tevye, who tries to hold on to "tradition" as the world around him and his family in the little village of Anatevka changes. This Broadway production is the show's sixth since its record-breaking debut in 1964.

Performances will begin November 20 in advance of a December 20 opening at the Broadway Theatre. To celebrate the production, the producers will offer $50 tickets for select performances, only available in person on the day the box office opens, Friday, October 9, at 10am.

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