Charles Troy is back. And although we can't meet in person, he's added special content to his Fiddler on the Roof presentation.
His presentation includes special footage of Charles' interview with the original Motel and Tzeitel, Austin Pendleton and Joanna Merlin
The stories of Yiddish writer Shalom Aleichem seemed an unlikely subject for a musical, and certainly of limited appeal. We'll see how genius director-choreographer Jerome Robbins guided his creative team to find universality in the material, and how they made a "Jewish musical" that struck a responsive chord in virtually every country in the world.
Charles Troy, popular speaker and presenter, is an acclaimed musical theatre historian and graphic designer. He has created over 50 multi-media presentations and had presented his work to countless local and national audiences. His work has also been published in The Sondheim Review.