Douglas E. Stark reprises the role of Tevye the milkman, who is the center of the story set in the village of Anatevka. He does his best to protect his five daughters while instilling them with traditional values, even in the face of changing times and social principles.
Songs include “Sunrise, Sunset,” “If I Were a Rich Man” and “Matchmaker, Matchmaker.”
Lynne Perkins, most recently seen at the theater as the Wicked Witch in the 2012 production of “The Wizard of Oz” and a brief appearance as Sister Mary Regina in “Nunsense” the same year, returns in the role of Tevye’s wife, Golde.
Licia Watson, just seen as Aunt Eller in “Oklahoma!” plays the matchmaker Yente, while Mark Goetzinger, most recently seen as Professor Callahan in “Legally Blonde” in 2012, will play Lazar Wolf, the butcher. Joanna Krupnick, who was Roz Keith in “9 to 5,” plays the eldest daughter, Tzeitel, who wants to marry Motel the tailor, played by Josh Levinson.
The cast also includes Carrie S. Neal and her daughters, Lucy and Mallory.
Tickets range from $38.50 to $63.50 and include a buffet dinner. Discounts are available for children ages 3-15 and groups of 20 or more. A show schedule is posted at www.beefandboards.com, and tickets are available by calling 872-9664.