IT IS PROBABLY ANATEVKA
This is a paraphrase of the introduction I usually give right before the Mi Comocha: “Where ever we live, it is probably Egypt”.
That is just one example of an unsustainable lifestyle. But in more recent memory it is Anatevka – from Fiddler on the Roof – that we all remember. Nonetheless, I suspect that there is a great deal we have forgotten about this beloved play, or maybe that we never knew.
Most Broadway insiders expected the play to fold in...