Friday, May 8, 2009

The review is in...Topol keeps his 'Fiddler' legacy nuanced, fresh

Here's what arts writer Christopher Blank had to say:

"His deep, resonant voice hasn't changed, nor has the weary physicality of his belabored milkman. His Tevye has the slightest limp in his walk and a heaviness of spirit that carries the weight of the world. It was true when he first played Tevye in his 30s, and it's the same today.

Traditionalists will think they have died and gone to heaven with this tour. And for those just seeing the show for the first time, this might be the production that sets the bar."

Read the full review here

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