Thursday night, Bogrim campers performed their version of Fiddler on the Roof. Their enthusiasm brought us back to the small town of Anatevka with rousing renditions of "Tradition," "If I Were a Rich Man," and "To Life," among others. The soloists shined, the chorus numbers came together perfectly, and the special effects were amazing. Overall, a great performance! Check out the Bunk1 Site for photos and our YouTube Channel for videos!
Joel A. (Bogrim): I thought that the play was really, really fun. Everyone who was in it did a really amazing job. Overall the play was awesome and it was a very fun play to perform. A lot of aspects of the play weren't in other plays that we've done at camp, so I think it was a pretty unique play. I really liked it.
Aviva E. (Bogrim): I think we did well. Everyone really worked well and worked hard to learn the songs. We had a lot of fun working on it. My favorite song was "Tradition" because there were four different parts all doing different things. It was a fun dance to learn and a fun song to sing.