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Cub reporters review Fiddler on the Roof

The Cub Reporters Press Club visited the Grand Rapids Civic Theatre to experience a live preformance of Fiddler on the Roof.
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Samaria, 11

On Thursday, February 28, the Press Club went to see "Fiddler on the Roof" at the Grand Rapids Civic Theater. The thing I liked was when the dad had a weird dream about the wedding. And when the dad was singing "If I Was a Rich Man." But the thing that I didn’t like was when they were pretending to cry. And when they came and kicked everything and ruined the play and we had to leave early because it was too long.

I recommend you go see it!

 

Lanaesia, 9

On Thursday, February 28, the Press Club went to see "Fiddler on the Roof" at the Grand Rapids Civic Theatre. It’s kind of funny, steamy too. I cannot name the characters but the story took place in the old times in Anatevka, Russia in 1905.

I loved the play because it was scary, funny and exciting. It was scary because there was an old lady who looked like Bloody Mary. It was funny when the old man was singing, and it was exciting when it got dark in the theatre.

 

Brooklyn, 10

On February 28, I saw the most emotional, hilarious and mind blowing play called "Fiddler on the Roof." The story takes place in 1905. People may say it's just an old play that nobody cares about, but I thought that it was amazing. I’ve never seen a play like "Fiddler on the Roof." My favorite part of the play was the songs, although the backgrounds were a little plain. One of my favorite songs was called “If I was a Rich Man.” 

 

Carlos

On February 28, something awesome happened. The Press Club went to the Grand Rapids Civic Theatre to see a play called, "Fiddler on the Roof." I liked the end when they're in bed and the man dreams. I didn't like when they start yelling.

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