Fiddler on the Roof a real family affair in Cuffley
THE hit musical Fiddler on the Roof is Cuffley Operatic Society s forthcoming production, on from May 20, at Cuffley Hall in Maynard Place. With music written by Jerry Brock, a book by Joseph Stein and lyrics by Sheldon Harnick, Fiddler on the Roof tells
THE hit musical Fiddler on the Roof is Cuffley Operatic Society's forthcoming production, on from May 20, at Cuffley Hall in Maynard Place.
With music written by Jerry Brock, a book by Joseph Stein and lyrics by Sheldon Harnick, Fiddler on the Roof tells the story of the patriarchal Tevye and the people of Anatevka.
Against the backdrop of political unrest and his daughters' wishes to choose their own husbands, Tevye's struggle is to hold his family together.
Andy Frost plays Tevye, and his real-life wife Angie and daughter Hannah take to the stage as Golde and Bielke - a real family affair!
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Mr Frost said: "It's been great for us all to be involved in Fiddler on the Roof.
"Angie and I have been members of the society for years, and Hannah has always been involved in local dance shows.
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"We're delighted to have the chance to appear together for the first time."
Producer Debbie Marsh said: "We've tried to bring out the light-hearted side of Fiddler on the Roof, and casting Andy and Angie together as an onstage married couple has really helped achieve that.
"Versions of the show can tend to be a bit depressing, but the script is actually quite funny and the songs are amazing."
Ms Marsh added: "We think this show will appeal equally to life-long fans as well as people who have never seen it before."
The show runs until May 23.
Performances begin at 7.45pm with a Saturday matinee at 2.45pm.
Tickets are available from the box office on 01707 888415.