Local ‘Fiddler’ cast members teach master class for DCPA students

Two Coloradans performing in a story about home come home themselves – and give back to DCPA students

Two Colorado cast members from the Fiddler on the Roof national tour, Britte Steele of Colorado Springs and Paul Morland of Denver School of the Arts, conducted a master class with DCPA Education students. The actors taught them choreography from a section of the show’s opening number  (“Tradition!”) just hours before the tour’s opening performance in Denver on June 11. In the video above, Steele and Morland talk about their Denver roots and the importance of arts education. Morland took DCPA Education classes as a youth himself, and appeared in the DCPA Theatre Company’s seasonal production of A Christmas Carol when he was 13. Fiddler plays at the Buell Theatre through June 16 at the Buell Theatre. Video by David Lenk and John Moore for the DCPA NewsCenter.

Photo gallery: The Fiddler on the Roof Master Class

Two cast members from ‘Fiddler on the Roof’ taught DCPA Education students choreography from the tour’s opening number, “Tradition!” Photos by John Moore for the DCPA NewsCenter.

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Fiddler on the RoofFiddler on the Roof in Denver: Ticket information

  • Writers: Tony winner Joseph Stein and Pulitzer Prize winners Jerry Bock and Sheldon Harnick
  • Director: Tony Award winner Bartlett Sher
  • Dates: Through June 16
  • Where: Buell Theatre
  • Tickets: Available by calling 303-893-4100, in person in the Helen Bonfils Theatre Complex at 14th and Curtis streets or, online by clicking here:

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