(Cambridge, NY March 15, 2017) Hubbard Hall, in partnership with Cambridge Central School, invites you to join us for the Drama Club’s spring musical Fiddler on the Roof on the Hubbard Hall Main Stage. The CCS Drama Club will whisk you away to the small village of Anatevka where Tevye, Golde, and their five daughters struggle to preserve tradition and cultural identity while trying to find their own place in a rapidly changing world. Written by Joseph Stein and featuring favorite songs by Jerry Bock and Sheldon Harnick including Matchmaker, If I Were a Rich Man, To Life, and Sunrise, Sunset, the whole family is sure to enjoy this Musical Theater Classic directed and choreographed by Kyra Fitzgerald!
“This is the first year the CCS Drama Club is officially in residence at Hubbard Hall and we’re thrilled,” says Hubbard Hall Executive & Artistic Director David Snider. “Having dozens of these teens fill the Hall each afternoon with their energy, music, and talent is a great addition to the life of the Hall, and the Hall space better supports and features the work of these amazing students. We hope everyone in the community will come out to cheer and revel in their great work!”
Join us for one of our six performances, March 24-26 and March 31-April 2, Fridays and Saturdays at 7pm and Sundays at 2pm. Tickets are $10 General Admission, $5 Students and are available through the Hubbard Hall Box Office by calling 518-677-2495 or online at hubbardhall.org. Concessions will be available for purchase. Fiddler on the Roof is presented through special arrangement with Music Theater International (MTI) and is sponsored in part by the Coach Ken Baker Memorial Fund.
Since 1878 Hubbard Hall Center for the Arts and Education has developed, produced, and presented theater, music, dance and the visual arts. From 19th century vaudeville and traveling troupes performing Shakespeare to today’s newest developing artists, the Hall has long been a home for theater, opera, dance and music and in recent years has developed into a world-class development center for new work. Since 1977, Hubbard Hall’s current 501c3 has engaged hundreds of artists and students and thousands upon thousands of audience members in acclaimed productions ranging from world premiere musicals to the great works of Chekhov, Shaw, Miller, and Shakespeare, amongst many others. As a training ground for both young and seasoned artists, Hubbard Hall continues to develop a new generation of artists and audiences while providing opportunities for artists and audiences to take new risks and grow beyond their comfort zone. Recognized as an arts institution in the state of New York, Hubbard Hall is a national model for community-based arts organizations.