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Viiuldaja katusel / J. Steini / J.Bocki / S. Harnicki muusikal

Ti 21.8.2018 19:00 - To 30.8.2018 22:00
16.00 - 44.50
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Estonian National Opera summer production:
Based on Sholem Aleichem’s stories with special permission by Arnold Perl

Libretto: Joseph Stein
Music: Jerry Bock
Lyrics: Sheldon Harnick
World premiere on September 22, 1964 at the Broadway Imperial Theatre
Produced for the New York stage by Harold Prince
Original New York stage production directed and choreographed by Jerome Robbins
Premiere at the Estonian National Opera on June 3, 2016

Approx running time 3 h 5 min, one intermissio
Performed in Estonian, subtitles in Estonian and English

Conductors: Jüri Alperten, Kaspar Mänd, Lauri Sirp
Stage Director: Georg Malvius (Sweden)
Designer: Ellen Cairns (Scotland)
Lighting Designer: Palle Palmé (Sweden)
Choreographer: Adrienne Åbjörn (Sweden)
Cast: Mait Malmsten (Estonian Drama Theatre), Evelin Võigemast (Tallinn City Theatre), Helgi Sallo etc.

Half a century ago, a musical that became one of the most popular pieces on Broadway was born. It ran there for more than 3000 nights, more than Loewe’s “My Fair Lady” or Leigh’s “Man of La Mancha”. “Fiddler on the Roof” was first staged at the Estonian National Opera in 1989 by Georg Malvius, earning the title “Theatrical event of the year”. At a time when Estonia was regaining its independence from the Soviet Union, the story of a small Jewish village suffering from the oppression of great powers and fighting for its existence was of great significance.

27 years later, Georg Malvius brings the fiddler back to the roof of the Estonian National Opera, retelling the story of the dairyman Tevye and the colourful life in the village of Anatevka. It is a touching story of human relations, traditions, joys and worries, love and tears. Tevye tries to maintain his Jewish cultural and religious traditions, but the changing society and his five strong-willed daughters make it harder every day. His daughters decide to listen to their hearts and choose suitors outside their community. On top of that, the Tsar’s edict evicts the Jews from their village…

The 9 Tony Awards winning musical is filled to the brim with classic melodies, such as “If I Were a Rich Man”, “Matchmaker, Matchmaker”, “Sunrise Sunset”, etc. These melodies were made popular by Jüri Krjukov, Peeter Oja, Helgi Sallo and Katrin Karisma – the first Tevyes and Golde’s of the 1989 production.
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