Fiddler on the Roof Zero Mostel Vinyl LP

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Fiddler on the Roof Vintage Vinyl LP Broadways Longest Running Musical

"Mono Dynagroove" RCA Victor Number LOC-1093 Vinyl Record is in Record and Cover are in good condition. sold as a collectible and sold as is.

Playlist: Tradition Matchmaker,
Matchamaker, If I Were A Rich Man,
Sabbath Prayer,
To Life  Miracle Of Miracles,
Tevyes Dream,  Sunrise- Sunset,
Now I Have Everything,
Do You Love Me,
Far From the Home,
I Love  Anatevka

1964 Broadway production of Fiddler on the Roof
The original Broadway production opened on September 22, 1964,
at the Imperial Theatre, transferred in 1967 to the Majestic Theatre and in 1970 to The Broadway Theatre, and ran for a record-setting total of 3,242 performances. The production was directed and choreographed by Jerome Robbins  his last original Broadway staging. The set, designed in the style of Marc Chagalls paintings, was by Boris Aronson.
Original producer Fred Coe was replaced by producer Harold Prince. The cast included Zero Mostel as Tevye the milkman, Maria Karnilova as his wife Golde (each of whom won a Tony for their performances), Beatrice Arthur and later Florence Stanley as Yente the matchmaker, Austin Pendleton as Motel, Bert Convy as Perchik the student revolutionary,
Gino Conforti as the fiddler, and Julia Migenes as Hodel. Joanna Merlin originated the role of Tzeitel, which was later assumed by Bette Midler during the original run.

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Fiddler on the Roof Zero Mostel Vinyl LP

Fiddler on the Roof Vintage Vinyl LP Broadways Longest Running Musical

“Mono Dynagroove” RCA Victor Number LOC-1093 Vinyl Record is in Record and Cover are in good condition. sold as a collectible and sold as is.

Playlist: Tradition Matchmaker,
Matchamaker, If I Were A Rich Man,
Sabbath Prayer,
To Life  Miracle Of Miracles,
Tevyes Dream,  Sunrise- Sunset,
Now I Have Everything,
Do You Love Me,
Far From the Home,
I Love  Anatevka

1964 Broadway production of Fiddler on the Roof
The original Broadway production opened on September 22, 1964,
at the Imperial Theatre, transferred in 1967 to the Majestic Theatre and in 1970 to The Broadway Theatre, and ran for a record-setting total of 3,242 performances. The production was directed and choreographed by Jerome Robbins  his last original Broadway staging. The set, designed in the style of Marc Chagalls paintings, was by Boris Aronson.
Original producer Fred Coe was replaced by producer Harold Prince. The cast included Zero Mostel as Tevye the milkman, Maria Karnilova as his wife Golde (each of whom won a Tony for their performances), Beatrice Arthur and later Florence Stanley as Yente the matchmaker, Austin Pendleton as Motel, Bert Convy as Perchik the student revolutionary,
Gino Conforti as the fiddler, and Julia Migenes as Hodel. Joanna Merlin originated the role of Tzeitel, which was later assumed by Bette Midler during the original run.

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