Carmel Valley residents perform in ‘Fiddler on the Roof’

A number of Carmel Valley residents recently performed in the J*Company Youth Theatre’s production of “Fiddler of the Roof,” which ran Oct. 15-24 at the David & Dorothea Garfield Theatre.

Performers included (in photo above, no order): Amber Bartlett, 10, San Diego Jewish Academy; Sarah Bear, 11, Ashley Falls; Rachel Bear, 9, Ashley Falls; Gabriella Burkholz, 11, San Diego Jewish Academy; Nathan Conlan, 8, Miramar Ranch Elementary; Kendal Dastrup, 14, Scripps Ranch High school; Jenna De Quesada, 9, San Diego Jewish Academy; Alyssa Edzant, 14, Canyon Crest Academy; Talia Goodman, 14, Canyon Crest Academy; Maddie Houts, 16, Canyon Crest Academy; Hannah Houts, 14, Canyon Crest Academy; Ilan Leisorek, 9, Solana Highlands; Jacqeline Levine, 13, La Jolla Country Day School; Sierra Lieb, 10, Sage Canyon; Tess Maretz, 8, Carmel Del Mar; Jonas McMullen, 10, Skyline Elementary; Max Mereminsky, 8, Solana Highlands; Ilana Mereminsky, 11, Solana Pacific; Olivia Pearl, 10, Chabad Hebrew Academy; Rebecca Penner, 12, San Diego Jewish Academy; Alex Schaerer, 10, Sage Canyon; Kaydon Schanberger, 15, Scripps Ranch High; Lexi Vierra, 11, Thurgood Marshall Middle School; Audrey Wallace, 7, Carmel Creek Elementary.

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