Gallery Players

Fiddler on the Roof Brings Families Together on and off Stage

Tevye, Golde, and the whole family return to the stage this year in Gallery Players’ March musical production of Fiddler on the Roof. Bring your family and bring back all your memories as the JCC brings Anatevka to life in the Roth/Resler Theater. The 2013 production, running March 2-17, will be the sixth Fiddler on …

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Irene Braverman Resumes Matchmaker Duties as Yente

Gallery Players will stage its sixth performance of Fiddler on the Roof this March, in honor of the JCC’s 100th anniversary. The musical has become a Gallery Players tradition and one of the most popular musicals in Gallery Players’ 65-year history. Irene Braverman, veteran stage actor, is another long-lived Gallery Players tradition. She will again …

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Fiddler on the Roof Captures Centennial Spirit

Tevye, Golde, and the whole family…they’re all coming back. Bring your whole family, too, this March, to join them for a fun-filled night of your favorite songs, dancing, and, of course, TRADITION! Gallery Players’ March musical production of Fiddler on the Roof honors the traditions of the JCC’s memorable past, with an eye to a …

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Hanukkah Lights to Bring Families Together Both On and Off the Stage

Cast members pictured left to right are: Kristian Grizzell as Lori Martin, Mindy Agranoff as Katie Martin, Norma Whitmyre as Tammy Pearl, Orel De La Mota as Judah Macabee, and Bobby Belair as Isaac Pearl

It’s the darkest time of year, but Gallery Players promises to bring audiences light…

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Hanukkah Lights Sends Message of Unity

“In the practice of tolerance, one’s enemy is the best teacher.” These words, uttered by the Dalai Lama, echo the message of the December children’s play being performed by the Gallery Players Theater, Hanukkah Lights in the Big Sky. The play takes on the challenging story of how a young Jewish boy, after a horrific …

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Last Weekend to See “Relatively Close”

Relatively Close

Three sisters return to the house on the shores of Lake Michigan where they spent the summers of their youth. Now, the sisters are grown, their parents are gone, and the house is just sitting there. One sister wants to keep it, one sister wants to sell it, and one sister just wants everyone to …

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Performance is “Relatively Close”

The next big hit from The Gallery Players is quickly approaching. Saturdays, May 12 and 19, at 8 p.m. and Sundays, May 13 and 20, at 2:30 p.m. come see The Gallery Players as they present James Sheridan’s “Relatively Close,” directed by Beth Kattelman. By inviting us into the summer home of one eccentric and …

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