The great classic “Fiddler on the Roof” comes to life (get it?) once again at the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.
And the crowds loved every minute of it!
The scene depicts the Jewish people of Anatevka joyously singing a hopeful song in the face of an uncertain future. It also serves as a toast to celebrate a wedding agreement between Tevye and Lazar.
The play and award-winning film has become a classic in so many languages for both Jew and gentile.
The reality of life for the Jewish people in the Pale (Eastern Poland and Western Russia) during the generations preceding the Holocaust are perhaps most accurately depicted in this timeless musical.
This lively dance is well worth watching!