Bette Midler On Her Try Outs For Fiddler:

Bette Midler On Her Try Outs For Fiddler: “First they said I was too Jewish, then they said I’m not Jewish enough. This went on for eight months, finally, I got the role. But the whole experience represented my introduction to the true Broadway system. From then on, it was a series of rude awakenings. What I had thought it was gonna be like ”“ legitimate theater ”“ turned out to be nothing of the sort. I mean, the superficiality, the trappings were the same, but the bone and marrow . . . it was cheap, dirty, full of politicking. At the end of my second year with the show, I knew I had to get out.” (Modern Hi-Fi & Stereo Guide, June 1973)

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