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A Little Bragging by a Proud Dad – Fiddler on the Roof

By June 18, 2010September 26th, 2020No Comments

Our kid’s homeschool coop performed Fiddler on the Roof. Below are the songs that included my children. There are a number of themes for fathers to consider in that play. I hope to blog on them later. But for today, some fun and tears.

Matchmaker
The three sisters (Rebekah as Hodel in the middle with rake) think about marriage with idealism and realism.
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Any Day
Perchik (Chapman), the young Communist wins the heart of Hodel (Rebekah) and shares his dream of the future.

And the tear jerker for every dad including this one – Far From the Home I Love
Hodel (Rebekah), leaves her family to join Perchik in Siberia after he is arrested. The scene is the train station where she is saying goodbye to her father, probably forever.
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