Fiddler: A Miracle of Miracles

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The documentary tells the story behind one of Broadway's most beloved musicals, Fiddler on The Roof and its creative roots in early 1960s New York. The film includes interviews with the show's Tony and Pulitzer Prize-winning lyricist Sheldon Harnick, legendary producer Hal Prince, original cast members, such as Austin Pendleton, as well as rare archival footage of renowned choreographer Jerome Robbins. Further insights into the play's legacy and enduring influence come from new interviews with Broadway luminaries and cultural influencers including Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda, Chaim Topol, Harvey Fierstein as well as famed authors Fran Lebowitz, Calvin Trillin and Nathan Englander.


  • Marc Aronson
  • Michael Bernardi
  • Jerry Bock
  • Danny Burstein
  • Gurinder Chadha
  • Ted Chapin
  • Nathan Englander
  • Hayley Feinstein
  • Harvey Fierstein
  • Joel Grey

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If you enjoyed the play or movie this is a must see.

Larry W


Aug 28, 2019

What makes it brilliant is that it demonstrates how universal this distinctly Jewish musical has become, how it has been embraced by many cultures and how it is still influential today.

Metacritic review by G. Allen Johnson
G. Allen Johnson
San Francisco Chronicle
Aug 22, 2019

It’s the story of the conflict between Robbins and Mostel that unveils another layer of how the odds were truly stacked against the show.

Metacritic review by Yolanda Machado
Yolanda Machado
Aug 7, 2019

The documentary makes a persuasive case as to why this show — grounded very specifically in the lives of a persecuted Jewish shtetl community in 1905 Imperial Russia — continues to connect deeply with audiences across vast divides of religion, race, generation, personal experience and sexuality. Its layers of meaning to anyone who has ever felt ostracized alone have cemented its eternal relevance.

Metacritic review by David Rooney
David Rooney
The Hollywood Reporter