Fiddler on the Roof in Yiddish Opens at New World Stages
Joel Grey's acclaimed production celebrates its return to New York City.
Fiddler on the Roof in Yiddish celebrated its official return to the New York stage last night at New World Stages. Take a look at photos from the opening-night curtain call below.
Following its 2018 debut at the Museum of Jewish Heritage and subsequent off-Broadway run at Stage 42, the National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene production will enjoy a limited return engagement through January 1, 2023.
Directed by Oscar and Tony winner Joel Grey, Fiddler on the Roof in Yiddish stars Steven Skybell, who recreates his award-winning performance as Tevye, a milkman navigating family, faith, and changing traditions in the little Russian shtetl of Anatevka.
The cast also includes Jennifer Babiak (Golde), Lisa Fishman (Yente), Ben Liebert (Motl), Stephanie Lynne Mason (Hodl), Michael Nigro (Fyedke), Rosie Jo Neddy (Khave), Bruce Sabath (Leyzer-Volf), Drew Seigla (Pertshik), and Rachel Zatcoff (Tsaytl). The ensemble features Jonathan Cable (Sasha), Yael Eden Chanukov (Ensemble), John Giesige (Swing), Kirk Geritano (Avrom), Abby Goldfarb (Ensemble), Raquel Nobile (Shprintse), Jonathan Quigley (Chaim), Nick Raynor (Yosl/Dancer/Ensemble), Adam B. Shapiro (Der Rov/Ensemble), Jodi Snyder (Beylke, Frume-Sore), James Monroe Števko (Mendl/Ensemble), Ron Tal (Ensemble), Lauren Jeanne Thomas (Der Fidler), Bobby Underwood (Der Gradavoy), and Mikhl Yashinsky (Nokhum/Mordkhe).