The show, "tells the story of a Hungarian-Jewish family living in Batista's Havana on the brink of the Cuban Revolution. When their maid's son, a guerrilla fighter, is injured, they must choose between protecting him and guarding their fragile prosperity since emigrating to Cuba after World War II. The Golem of Havana weaves together the music and traditions of two worlds, asking questions about family, community, religion and politics."
Michel Hausmann wrote the book and directs the production, which features music by Salomon Lerner and lyrics by Len Schiff.
The production team includes Edwin Erminy (scenic design), Christopher Vergara (costume design), Yuki Nakase (lighting design), Andy Cohen & Yair Szarf (sound design), Manuel González Ruiz (graphic design), Jeremy Stoller (general manager) and Yair Rosemberg (executive producer). Tickets are $18. Visit www.thegolemofhavana.com.