Catch Joy reprising the role of Fruma Sarah in the 50th anniversary production of Fiddler on the Roof at the Goodspeed Opera House in East Haddam, CT.
June 27 – September 12
Reviews for Fiddler
“Joy Hermalyn is terrific in the part of Fruma Sarah, Lazar’s dead wife whom Tevye conjures in a dream. Loved the costume with the huge pearls!” – Lauren Yarger, Broadway World
“The ghostly role of Fruma-Sarah was performed by Joy Hermalyn (in her Goodspeed debut) in a role that she played on Broadway for two years. Towering on the stage, she made the entire dream sequence pretty impressive.” – Nancy Sasso Janis, Naugatuck Patch
“Kudos to Joy Hermalyn as the haunting Fruma-Sarah in the droll “Dream” sequence.” – Kristina Dorsey, theday.com
“… and strong-voiced Joy Hermalyn make for a formidable Fruma Sarah.” – Frank Rizzo, The Hartford Courant
“… Giving Fruma-Sarah, the pièce de résistance in the dream Tevye invents, an Ethel Merman-style belting solo was a hilarious choice on Bock’s part, and Joy Hermalyn does it full justice here.” – Steve Vineberg, critcsatlarge.ca