Dudu Fisher in Concert
Presented by Chabad of Stamford
Dudu Fisher is known throughout the world for his stirring performance as Jean Valjean in the hit show “Les Miserable.” “Les Mis” became the longest running show in Isreal and Fisher became a superstar. Fisher was later invited to play the role of Jean Valjean on Broadway and London’s West End.
Other notable accomplishments: One-man show, “Never on Friday” at Off-Broadway’s Jewish Repertory Theatre, staring role in film, “The Road to Gloy”, host of Israeli TV series, apperances on innumerable radio and TV programs. Since 2012 Dudu has been starring in Dudu in Jerusalem in Branson, Missouri.
Dudu has released 36 CDs throughout his vast carerr. His recordings range from various styles from show tunes to cantorial compositions as well as Yiddish, Israeli and Chasidic albums. And he travels the world bringing his music to new audiences.
“Shimon Peres once remarked that Dudu Fisher is Israel’s best export.”
“Dudu Fisher is a class act an international one at that.”
“With a beautiful voice and a fantastic sense of humor and warm rapport with his audience, Mr. Fisher is truly one of a kind.”
“Every place I go, I take the energy of Jerusalem. I want to spread this to the whole world.” – Dudu Fisher
VIP Supporter Tickets $250 include:
• Pre-show VIP Dinner at 5:00pm
• Premier concert seating & dessert
Concert Tickets $80 include:
• Concert and dessert at 7:00pm
(Doors open at 6:15)
The Palace Theatre
61 Atlantic St
Stamford, CT 06901
Sunday, Feb. 26 at 7:00pm
*Additional fees added at checkout
All sales final; no refunds or exchanges allowed. Artists, dates, times, prices, venues, subject to change.
AGE RESTRICTIONS: Unless listed as a Family or Children’s event, most performances are intended for teens & adults. Some events are not appropriate for children under 18. We welcome children under the age of 3 or 4 years old for family entertainment, but we do not recommend they attend more mature offerings.
Everyone, regardless of age, must have a ticket to enter the theatre.