'Fiddler on the Roof' takes on new meaning in a Yiddish version on stage in New York
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This was not my first “Fiddler on the Roof,” not even close. So why was I sitting there transfixed, tears forming in my eyes? As an impoverished college student, I’d bought standing-room tickets to see the sui generis Zero Mostel as Tevye in the original Broadway production. I’d seen the Hollywood...


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