The Golem of Havana will play at the Phoenix Theatre June 22nd thru July 16th. With book by Michel Hausmann, music by Salomon Lerner, and lyrics by Len Schiff, The Golem of Havana has been called “superbly imaginative” by the New York Times, and “funny, smart, and absolutely gorgeous” by Exeunt Magazine.
About the show
Welcome to 1950’s Havana. It’s the brink of the Cuban Revolution, and a young Jewish girl envisions a champion for Cuba drawn from the Golem legends of her family’s homeland in Hungary. Her family, the Frankels, has only just begun to find their first fragile grasp on prosperity, and is now faced with a difficult decision: holding onto their security, or protecting their maid’s son, an injured guerrilla fighter. Through the music and traditions of two worlds, The Golem of Havana weaves a story of hope, family, and sacrifice.
Tickets and information
Thursday shows are at 7:00, Friday & Saturday at 8:00, and Sunday matinees are at 2:00. Tickets are $35 on Friday & Saturday, $30 on Thursday and Sunday. To purchase tickets, visit http://www.phoenixtheatre.org/
JUNE 22 – 25
All tickets for this show will be only $20 on opening weekend. This special sale price is made possible thanks to the generosity of Frank and Katrina Basile.
The Second Sunday discussion will take place immediately following the performance. Come join cast and designers for a lively Q&A and gain a unique perspective of the show!