The Broadway revival of Fiddler On the Roof, which stars six-time Tony Award nominee Danny Burstein as Tevye, ends its Broadway run December 31 at 2 PM. The production will have played a total of 463 performances.
Burstein, who currently stars opposite multiple Tony nominee Judy Kuhn, was Tony-nominated for his performance. The musical was also nominated for Best Revival and Best Choreography.
Directed by Tony Award winner Bartlett Sher, the production opened on Broadway December 20, 2016, after previews that began November 20 at the Broadway Theatre. Following Fiddler into the Broadway will be the revival of Miss Saigon, which begins performances in March.
A national tour is planned beginning in the fall of 2018.
The original Broadway production of the show, which opened in 1964, had the first musical-theatre run to surpass 3,000 performances. The 2004 revival played 781 performances.
The musical has a book by Joseph Stein, music by Jerry Bock, and lyrics by Sheldon Harnick. A cast album was recorded on the Broadway Records label.
Tickets are on sale via Telecharge.com or by phone at (212) 239-6200. The Broadway Theatre is located at 1681 Broadway at 53rd Street.
Fiddler is produced by Jeffrey Richards, Jam Theatricals, Louise Gund, Jerry Frankel, Broadway Across America, Rebecca Gold, Stephanie P. McClelland, Barbara Freitag & Company/Catherine Schreiber & Company, Greenleaf Productions, Orin Wolf, Patty Baker, Caiola Productions, The Nederlander Organization, Gabrielle Palitz, Kit Seidel, TenTex Partners, Healy Theatricals, Edward M. Kaufman, Soffer/Namoff Entertainment, Clear Channel Spectacolor, Jessica Genick, and Will Trice.
Kuhn will perform her cabaret act on Playbill Travel’s star-studded Broadway on the High Seas 8 Caribbean cruise in February 2017. (Click here for more information.) Burstein will be among the artists performing on Playbill Travel’s May 21-28, 2017, Broadway on the Rhone River adventure on the S.S. Catherine with stops in Avignon, Tarascon sur Rhone, Viviers, Tournon/Tain L'Hermitage, Lyon, and Macon; click here for more information.