On the one hand, you could buy tickets on your own to see Topol in "Fiddler on the Roof" at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts. On the other hand, you save money and go with Menorah!
Fiddler on the Roof Tickets
Join Menorah for Topol’s Farewell Tour!
On the one hand, you could buy tickets on your own to see Topol in “Fiddler on the Roof” at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts. On the other hand, you could go with Menorah!
Menorah has reserved a block of tickets for the Sunday, May 23 matinee performance (2 pm). We’ve got 30 tickets in the middle, center mezzanine at $68 per ticket, a $10 savings off the regular price, and 20 tickets on the side of the mezzanine at $43 per ticket, also a $10 savings. There is no ticket handling service fee.
For an additional $18, you may attend the Holocaust Awareness Institute’s “Meet the Cast” reception immediately following the performance.
Reserve today by contacting Kathryn@Boulderjcc.org, 303-494-5431. First-come, first-served! Anyone wishing to attend one of the other performances of the touring production at full price should contact the DCPA box office: 303-893-4100.
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