Breaking with Tradition for Fiddler

The humble Russian village of Anatevka, a landmark locale on the theatrical map, has been fully renovated. For the 40th anniversary revival of Fiddler on the Roof, director David Leveaux instituted a renewal program on its famed design, which withstood an initial run of nearly eight years (in three Broadway houses) and three revivals until its present incarnation.

Gone is scenic designer Boris Aronson's turntable set, a popular, Tony-nominated construction, though you'll still

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