Forget your tsuris! Attend Laemmle Theatres’ “Fiddler” sing-a-long. 1


sunrise sunsetFor an “alternative” Christmas Eve, not restricted to the Jewishly oriented but for shower-stall-soloists of every persuasion, we have a suggestion.

Try Laemmle Theatres’ sixth annual “anything goes” (and we’re not talking Cole Porter) Fiddler on the Roof Sing-a-Long.”

Belt out your holiday spirit — or your holiday angst — with your fellow meshuggenahs while watching director Norman Jewison’s 1971 version of the beloved Broadway show on the big screen.

Even movie maven Kenneth Turan kvells over this event — he recommends it as an L.A. Times holiday film-pick.

The ambitious “Fiddler” ganse-megillah spools across our massive city in six locations: Santa Monica (Royal); Beverly Hills (Music Hall`3); Pasadena (Playhouse 7); Encino (Town Center 3); Claremont (Claremont 5); and North Hollywood (NoHo 7).

In the small faraway shtetl of North Hollywood, arts·meme‘s tummler-in chief, Debra Levine, will host the evening’s festivities at the Laemmle NoHo7 — trivia questions, prizes, costumes — prior to the screening.

So, go ahead … what’s not to love? Join the group-croon of “Tradition”, “If I Were a Rich Man,” “To Life,” “Sunrise, Sunset,” “Do You Love Me?” and “Anatevka.”

Fiddler on the Roof Sing-a-Long | Laemmle Theatres | Dec 24, 7:30 pm

One comment on “Forget your tsuris! Attend Laemmle Theatres’ “Fiddler” sing-a-long.

  1. barbara isenberg Dec 27,2013 12:02 pm

    Hi Debra,
    I just saw this and wanted to alert you to my new book, Tradition!, which St. Martin’s Press is publishing next fall pegged to Fiddler on the Roof’s 50th anniversary. If you send me a mailing address, I’ll try and get you an early copy.
    All best, Barbara Isenberg

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