Maura Lee Bee
By Maura Lee Bee
How ‘Fiddler on the Roof’ convinced me to convert to Judaism — really.
Editor’s Note: Fifty years ago, on Nov. 3, 1971, the movie adaptation of ‘Fiddler on the Roof’ premiered. In honor of that anniversary, this week we are publishing a series of article about the impact of ‘Fiddler’ and its legacy. You can read more of the stories here It was the afternoon before we opened….
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