Starring Dudu Fisher
NYC Premiere — three nights only!
Sunday, March 27, 3:00pm (sold out)
Monday, March 28, 7:30pm (sold out)
Wednesday, March 30, 7:30pm
TICKETS: $75 Center Orchestra, $50 Orchestra Sides & Front Mezzanine, $35 Rear Mezzanine
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Presented by the Museum of Jewish Heritage in association with the National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene, Jerusalem brings history to life, retelling the rise of the Israeli Capitol through story, song and visual effects.
Award-winning composer, pianist and long-time Michael Buble’ collaborator Tomer Adaddi serves as Music Director.
ABOUT DUDU FISHER:
Known from this work as the singing voice of Moses in Dreamwork’s Prince of Egypt and his stirring performance as Jean Valjean in the Broadway and West End productions of “Les Misérables”, after originating the role in the Israeli production and his Off Broadway show “Never on a Friday”, Dudu Fisher is now widely-recognized as the Voice of Israel. As a cultural ambassador Fisher has performed for United States’ Presidents Obama and Clinton, Pope Benedict XVI, the British Royal Family, and the Thai Royal Family.