Judy Kuhn, a Broadway veteran with a track record of major credits stretching back over 30 years, is no stranger to London, working with Trevor Nunn or Fiddler on the Roof. Now all three are combining in the show that has brought her back to London and reunited her with Nunn: she is reprising the role of Golde, wife of milkman-turned-everyday-philosopher Tevye, that she's previously played in the last Broadway revival of Fiddler on the Roof in 2016.
This is suddenly a golden age for the forever-classics of musical theatre, from London where Sondheim's Company and Follies have both had spellbinding reinventions, to Broadway where there are currently revelatory revivals of My Fair Lady, Oklahoma! and Kiss Me, Kate. And now, hot on the heels of an Off-Broadway revival of Fiddler on the Roof - performed, for the first time, in Yiddish, the... Read more