This year’s musical, “Fiddler on the Roof,” debuts Thursday night at 7 p.m. and will have following shows Friday and Saturday. The show, set in Russia in 1905, follows one specific family and has themes of Jewish culture and tradition.
Trace Glorioso – “Tevye”
“My favorite part about playing my character is that I get to delve into my character’s inner conflict of choosing between what he believes in or what he loves."
Zoe Kahana – “Hodel”
“I think this show does a great job of portraying Jewish culture, especially for this time period, but I also think it is important to recognize that it is portraying a certain period of time with a very orthodox community. Not all Judaism is the way it is shown in this show, but I think it is a good representation in the show of what they are trying to represent."
Devyn Veitch – Assistant Stage Manager
“My favorite part of rehearsal overall is seeing everything come together after watching bits of pieces of each scene that I’m stage managing."
Sadi Hernandez – Costume Crew
“My favorite scene is the dream, because it’s really dramatic and intriguing."
Katie Bardwell – Chorus
“I like being in the chorus, because we all get to interact and ad lib in the background with each other which is really fun because of some of the comments people make."
Cade Muizers – Light Crew
“I really enjoy watching the show from the catwalk, because it gives a really interesting perspective on the show that the audience does not get to see."