Fiddler on the Roof
One of the most emotionally satisfying and intellectually rich musicals ever created, the story of Russian milkman Tevye and his efforts to keep his family together within their Jewish faith, is filled with humor, warmth, pathos, and glorious songs. This entire visual package is beautifully crafted, with beautiful colors and thoughtful designs carefully coordinated to tell this story with dignity and humor.
Scenic design by Paul Sannerud, refurbished in 2012, this production presents Tevye’s house, barn/saloon, Motel’s shop, and train station as rolling units. Includes show scrim, town backdrop, and tall ground row.
Movement: Flying units / ground crew motivated
Offstage space: 18’ SR & SL / 8’ US
Number of Trucks: * 1- 53’ air-ride
# Line sets used: 17
Portals: 3-house blacks
Load-in crew: 6-carps / 2-elecs / 2-props / 3-fly
Load-in time: 8+
Show crew: 4- carp / 2- elecs / 2-prop /
Fly crew: 2
*See Space requirements for Logistic Requirements
This extensive costume package accommodates a large company of villagers (including some children), a retinue of Russian soldiers, a group of flat-hatted bottle dancers in long coats, a magnificently scary Fruma-Sarah ghost, and features richly detailed costumes for Tevye, Golde, their daughters, Yente, and all the other memorable characters in the town of Anatevka.
Supported cast: Family / 18+ female / 18+ male
Principal size range: Sizes vary by piece
# Ensemble Bottoms: N/a
# Ensemble Tops: N/a
Props include Tevye’s cart, Motel’s cart, wedding chairs and table, wedding huppah.
Offstage space: See scenery
# of road boxes: 1 open container
Furniture: Yes, travels in scenery
Specialty Items: Wedding chairs / collapsible pogrom tables / Tevye’s cart / Motel’s cart
Individual items for rent: None
# of drops: 4
Types of goods: 3-muslin/ 1-scrim