Golgotha tells of the memories of Greek Jews and Ladino-speaking Jews, whose suffering during World War II is usually overshadowed in the world's memory by the abundant history of their Ashkenazi brethren. Golgotha is written by Shmuel Refael, adapted by Haim Idissis, translated by Howard Rypp, directed by Geula Jeffet-Attar. It comes to La MaMa E.T.C. after a premiere performance at the Tzavta Theatre in Tel-Aviv and subsequent Israeli tour (2003-2005). It is a one man show, performed in English by Victor Attar. He plays Albert Salvado, a Holocaust Survivor re-living the atrocities of the concentration camps as he prepares for his long awaited dream to come true: the honor to light the torch at the annual Holocaust commemoration ceremony at Yad Vashem in Jerusalem. However, Albert's honor is compounded by the intense guilt and pain surrounding his being chosen as the torch bearer, which makes Albert question not only his right to the honor of lighting the torch but also his identity as a Sephardic Jew. The estrangement many Ladino-speaking Jews felt is captured in the play through the inner turmoil experienced by Albert in the isolation of his own, dark apartment where he has nothing but a photograph to remind him of the family he left behind as the only survivor of his household. Box Office Hours: Mon - Sun; Noon - 10pm Group Sales Number (10+): 212-254-6468 Appropriate for all ages.