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This beloved classic, Fiddler on the Roof,
is sure to charm and captivate the entire family. The Tony
Award-winning musical is set in a Russian village in the home
of Tevye, a Jewish husband and father striving to uphold his
family’s religious and cultural traditions.
Directed by Paper Mill Producing Artistic Director
Mark S. Hoebee with the original choreography by Jerome
Robbins, Fiddler on the Roof’s
timeless score includes such favorites as “Tradition,”
“Matchmaker, Matchmaker,” “If I Were a Rich Man,” “To Life
(L’Chaim!),” and “Sunrise, Sunset.” December 6–January 7.
Theater for Young Audiences tickets are
available for this year's lineup on the Paper Mill stage,
beginning with The Lightning Thief,
followed by The Magic School Bus: Lost in the
Solar System, Pete the Cat, Dot
Dot Dot: The Musical, and an Autism-Friendly
Performance of Seussical.
An intriguing evening of visual illusions and
mindreading, up-close with the intellectual's illusionist, Nicholas
Gentry. Enjoy a delicious three-course meal while
Gentry roves throughout the Carriage House Restaurant
during the dinner and then performs a final 30-minute
Best Men Trivia hosts Pop Culture: Broadway &
Entertainment Trivia. Get your teams of two, three, or four
people and sign up!
Prizes include a $50 gift certificate to the
Carriage House and Paper Mill swag.
PLUS participants will be entered to win a
pair of tickets to your choice of one of the final three
mainstage productions of Paper Mill's 2023–2024 season: After
Midnight, Gun & Powder, or Beautiful: The
Carole King Musical!
In honor of Native American Heritage
Month, Atrocities in the Court of Red
Dresses: A Red Dress Project, will
run concurrently during Fiddler on the Roof, beginning
with an opening reception on November 21 from
5:00–7:00 PM, open to the public. Refreshments and hors
d'oeuvres will be available. Red Dress Projects originated
in Canada among Native American reservations and
communities to bring awareness to the plight of murdered
and missing Indigenous women and girls.
Click HERE to see an inside look at Gun & Powder, a new
musical coming to Paper Mill this spring! Gun &
Powder is the legend of Mary & Martha Clarke, two
sisters escaping their past, taking what they’re owed, and
fighting for their futures. April 4–May 5, 2024.