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  1. Theresa

    Aw, aw, Awwwww. I like this post. And, accordionist? Awesome. I’ve never seen Fiddler on the Roof (shock! horror!) but now I totally want to. Be sure, when you find funding, to include Townsville on the tour.

  2. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

    Love that idea of selling seats in the orchestra pit! LOL at outback Steakhouse. They have one here now! 😮

  3. Lauren

    I saw an 8th grade production of Fiddler on the Roof once. Can’t imagine it was the same experience … But I’m glad to see the dress is getting good use!

  4. Louise

    I don’t quite understand people asking why you’re travelling. These people haven’t travelled have they? Sure, you can ask why go to a particular place, but to question the act of travelling- well I just can’t comprehend that. What is one to do – sit at home?

  5. Bill Vernon

    Love the idea of a “Fiddler down under.”
    Have just finished playing Tevye in amtc (Albatross Musical Theatre Company) production in Nowra NSW. It was a blast from the past as I also played it 32 years ago in Wagga.
    Great to see such interest in what has to be the best musical ever.
    Let me know if you hear of any productions down under!

  6. croquecamille

    Exactly… why WOULDN’T one want to travel?

  7. Hannah

    Theresa: Thank you! I always feel a bit nervous posting something like this instead of my chocolate ramblings 🙂 Townsville will definitely be on the agenda, for as a Canberran I’m used to my city being left off shows’ itineraries – amends shall be made!

    Lorraine: 🙁 Say it isn’t so!

    Lauren: Both new dresses are very sad about being relegated to bottom-of-the-suitcase status.

    Louise: To be fair, only one or two seemed to mean it in the “why travel at all” sense; I think most were interested in why I personally am interested in travelling!

    Bill: I wish I could have seen your version! Musicals in general are fantabulous, and I think we should both keep each other in touch about Australian productions of anything. (Unless you want to be a financial backer for AIM’s production..? :P)

    Camille: I seem to be meeting two kinds of people: those who unequivocally understand the desire to travel, and those who look upon it with a slightly amused air, as if to say they are quite comfortable staying home for always but can smile upon those who like to toddle off exploring!

  8. SAM!

    Hmm…sounds like a fun time =)

  9. Hannah

    Sam!: I suppose it was tolerable 😀

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