Please note that this program is open seating.
Doors open 1/2 hour prior to show time.
Unfortunately food and drink cannot be permitted in the theater.
No photography or video during the screening.
Spertus welcomes all visitors and is committed to making its facilities and programs accessible. Elevator access is available to all areas of the building. So we can best serve you, please let the box office know in advance of any special needs or requests. You can do so by contacting Patron Services Manager Jen Busch at email@example.com or 312.322.1773.
Discount parking is available for $10 with Spertus validation at the Essex Inn, 8th Street and Michigan Avenue (2 blocks south of Spertus). Enter on 8th between Michigan and Wabash.
Spertus does not have an onsite restaurant or cafe. But here is a list of neighborhood and kosher restaurants, including a few that offer discounts for Spertus patrons.
Change in Your Plans?
If you reserve seats and find you are unable to use them, please let us know so we can make them available to other guests. Contact Patron Services Manager Jen Busch at firstname.lastname@example.org or 312.322.1773.
Want More Fiddler?
Make it a Day
At 2 pm on Sunday, April 6, author and theater critic Alisa Solomon will be discussing her new book, Wonder of Wonders: A Cultural History of Fiddler on the Roof. The book is great and we fully suspect that she will be too! We suggest you join us for her talk and booksigning, then have a break to go out and have an early dinner, then return for the Fiddler screening at 5:30 pm.
Tickets to hear Alisa Solomon>
See Where It Started
Join us on Monday, April 7 at 6:30 pm for a rare screening of Tevye, the 1939 non-musical film version of the Sholem Aleichem story that inspired Fiddler on the Roof. A post-screening discussion will be led by arts critic Andrew Patner.
Tickets to Tevye>