13 Feb 2004
Top: Michele Pawk (left) and Randy Graff, Bottom: David Leveaux (left) and Antonio Banderas
Several stars of stage and screen recently attended a preview performance of the new Broadway revival of Fiddler on the Roof.
Garnering much attention in the media due to its film star leading man (Alfred Molina), theatre darling leading lady (Randy Graff), and high profile director (David Leveaux), the production has been visited by many familiar faces prior to its official opening at the Minskoff Theatre on Feb. 26.
At left, original Cabaret cast member Michele Pawk embraces Fiddler's Golde Randy Graff, while David Leveaux shares a moment with his leading man from the just closed revival of Nine, Antonio Banderas. Below, recent Chicago murdress Melanie Griffth and husband Banderas, meet with Alfred Molina in his dressing room.
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All photos are by Aubrey Reuben.
Melanie Griffith, Alfred Molina (center), and Antonio Banderas
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