Since 1964, this popular musical has served as a surprisingly entertaining celebration of ethnic religious tradition, its essential strength drawn from the adaptation of Sholom Aleichem stories by book author Joseph Stein. Stein won a Tony for his work back then, but so did almost everyone else, including the songwriting team of Jerry Bock and Sheldon Harnick and director Jerome Robbins. The music should be familiar to most theatergoers, but Nashville hasnt seen a major pro-level production in a good while. Boiler Room Theatre remedies that, and Billy Ditty almost always somebody elses choreographer will direct, with veteran Pam Atha handling the Russian-Jewish dance schemes. Jamey Green is musical director. BRT regular Alan Lee signs on as Tevye, the poor milkman who strives to maintain family customs and beliefs amid a changing, turn-of-the-20th-century world. Debbi Kraski plays his wife, Golde, with more than a dozen other supporting players on hand.