Fiddler on the Roof

By Jerry Bock

"In a similar small but pivotal part, Chris Marth’s Constable is rich with “banality of evil” juice, a character who genuinely feels warmth toward Teyve but still calls him a “Jewish dog” without thinking. Who says, “I am sorry,” before leading his men in wrecking Tzeitzel’s wedding, and making us feel it, but not being sorry enough to not do these horrible things and baffled the Jews aren’t grateful for whatever they’re given."  Columbus Underground



"Otterbein University’s assured and winning new production of the long two-act succeeds not by stretching the musical into a new shape but by assembling an ensemble strong even in its most minor roles."  Columbus Disptach