Yiddish Fiddler on the Roof to Sing at Benefit Concert for Pittsburgh’s Tree of Life Synagogue

Cabaret & Concert News   Yiddish Fiddler on the Roof to Sing at Benefit Concert for Pittsburgh’s Tree of Life Synagogue
 
The cast of the Off-Broadway production join the December 6 event at The Green Room 42.
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On December 6, The Green Room 42 presents Stronger Than Hate: A Benefit for Tree of Life Synagogue. The concert will raise funds for the Pittsburgh congregation and the victims’ families who were attacked in a shooting on October 27. The mass shooting claimed eleven lives and left seven others injured.

Cast members of Off-Broadway’s Fiddler on the Roof, produced by National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene, will perform as part of the benefit. The evening will also feature a speaker from the Anti-Defamation League and a performance by Grammy-winning artist Julie Gold. Hosted by Ilana Levine, creator of the podcast Little Known Facts, the evening will also include appearances by Jodi Bluestein, Jillian Gottlieb, Nathan Klau, Danny Harris Kornfeld, Rebecca Kuznick, Gary John La Rosa, Stephanie Lynn Mason, Jesse Manocherian, Rosie Jo Neddy, Bill Nolte, Collin O'Connor, Samantha Joy Pearlman, the group Scruffy Pearls, Hannah Richter, Alyson Leigh Rossenfeld, Gavriel Savit, Jason Sirois, Eileen Tepper, Marc Winski, Rachel Zatcoff, and Tree of Life congregant Samantha G. Harris.

Read: WHY OFF-BROADWAY’S FIDDLER ON THE ROOF IS THE MOST AUTHENTIC YOU’LL SEE

The production, directed by Joel Grey, will conclude performances at the Museum of Jewish Heritage December 30 before moving uptown to play Off-Broadway's Stage 42 beginning February 11, 2019.

Mara Jill Herman directs and produces and Danny Lepek provides musical direction for the event. For tickets and more information, click here.

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