One of the signs of great theater is when the production team, tech crew, orchestra and cast can transform an audience, just for a few hours, into another world.
I was fortunate to catch the last performance of MUHS production of Fiddler on the Roof and felt like I lived for few hours in a small Jewish village in the Russia of 1905. I felt the love, joy and sorrow of the characters. That is what is called “art.”
Congratulations to all involved in this wonderful rendition of this classic musical. Congratulations also to the Cottonwood community for continuing to support this innovative theater program.