New York — It was an unlikely match from the start: life on a Russian shtetl and the bright lights of Broadway. But Yenta knew what she was doing, and “The Fiddler on the Roof” was an instant hit. Half a century after its premiere in 1964, the musical is firmly embedded in the DNA of many American Jews, a tradition in its own right.
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