It’s hard to watch Fiddler on the Roof without singing along. We’re not even going to try! Join us on Sunday, September 23 at the Temple for what might become a new tradition when we gather for sukkah decorating, lunch, and a sing-along screening of the classic film featuring Tevye and family. Sounds crazy, no?
Bring your creative talents at 11 a.m. to join our Religious School students to decorate the sukkah in the courtyard of the Madge Rothschild Resource Center. We’ll share a pizza lunch at noon and then it’s movie time! Is your favorite “Sunrise, Sunset,” “Sabbath Prayer,” or “If I Were A Rich Man?” Find a list of songs and lyrics.
Please RSVP by Friday, September 21 to the Temple office at (260) 744-4245. Cost is $5 per person. Thank you to Denny Reynolds & Ellen Tom for chairing.
The film, which stars Topol and was released in 1971, is an adaptation of a Broadway musical based on short stories about Tevye and his Daughters by Sholem Aleichem. Find FAQs about the film.