When a Tin Roof Starts to Twang

3 Oct
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Tin Roof’s Twang?

By gum, they sure do! The Cheyenne Little Theatre is currently twangin’ their roof for Joseph Stein’s “Fiddler on the Roof.” This performance is held every weekend until October 14th. This weekend they will begin Thursday October 4th at 7:30 p.m.  and show each day until Sunday October 7th at 2:00 p.m. Friday and Saturday October 5th and 6th the showing time for this play is also at 7:30.

So what’s all the hype about?

With its unmistakable harmonious music and lines that cannot be forgotten and are forever quotable, this play is sure to rouse humor, empathy and thought provoking questions about tradition.  It is a play that everyone must see in their lifetime.

Abundant in historical and traditional elements, this play has touched audiences around the world.

The worldwide theme of tradition illustrates the many obstacles of class, race, nationality and religion.  This play will leave you with a much more realistic perspective on what it is like to grow up in a traditional setting and what it is like to break tradition.

What’s that? You want more information?

First, my friend, you must go see the play this weekend. I am going at 7:30 October 4th, join me if you like!

To purchase tickets you can go to the Cheyenne Little Theatre website or you can simply purchase tickets at the door.

The Mary Godfrey Playhouse where this play is being hosted is located at 2706 E Pershing Blvd Cheyenne, Wyoming. Right next to East High School.

I would recommend arriving at approximately 7, half an hour before the show so that you can get good seats and assure yourself that you even have a seat!

See you at the Playhouse!

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