The eternal themes that drive “Fiddler on the Roof” made it an instant classic, but the new touring production featuring contemporary additions makes the show feel uneven.
Cadillac Palace Theatre
The new touring production of the epic show could not be more elaborate, but it trades more in shock value than pathos, and loses something in the process.
A unique building was one of several Chicago landmarks featured in a 1950 film. The movie starred a young actor who later became a screen legend. Geoffrey Baer has more in this week's edition of Ask Geoffrey.