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To get started, simply request a SHOWPLOT - see insert to right. Place your order and then relax and look forward to a fabulous show! There's never a minimum order.

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Fiddler on the Roof Costume Rentals

historical drama book musical set in 1905 in Anatevka, Tsarist Russia
Joseph Stein, book - Sheldon Harnick, lyrics - Jerry Bock, music

1964

Sholom Aleichem's short story "Tevye and his Daughters" by special permission of Arnold Perl The title stems from the painting "The Fiddler" by Marc Chagall... a metaphor for survival, through tradition and joyfulness, in a life of uncertainty.

Tracy Notes About This Show

Our wardrobe includes correct Jewish clothing - yarmulkes, hats, prayer shawls; and our Showplot includes notes about wearing them. For the younger performers, we do offer a set of BOTTLE HATS with velcro inserts, but we do not encourage their use. The setting shows a spontaneous dance erupting in a tavern where the men are drinking; hence a variation in size and shape of bottles and hats and the very real possibility of their falling off, is to be expected. Similarly, the style of the Sabbath coat worn by the men will vary among the villagers, and they should not be identical. We offer a variety of facial hair options, from our Build-a-Beard kit with which to build your own to handmade human hair mustaches and beards for purchase. Our Build-A-Beard Kit is our Tracy exclusive, reasonably priced set of supplies for creating at least one full beard and mustache - often more! We have written the instructions, and tested them out on folks who have never made a beard before, and gotten good results! It's an inexpensive way to create pretty realistic beards for your cast. Request a Showplot™ for details.

Plot Synopsis

In the little village of Anatevka, Tevye, a poor dairyman, tries to instill in his five daughters the traditions of his tight-knit Jewish community in the face of changing social mores and the growing anti-Semitism of Czarist Russia. (MTI)