In the middle ages, Rabbi Judah Loewe brought a clay man to life to protect Prague's Jewish community.

Things did not work out as he had planned.

The golem legend pre-dates Frankenstein, Pinocchio, Data, and a horde of other man-made-men who long to be "real boys." The myth resonates powerfully to us today on several levels: as a cautionary tale of men who build weapons they can't control; as a metaphor for the relationship between Creator and created; and as a meditation on the question, "what is a man?"

"Mr. Mula has written a beautiful script... a powerful theatrical realization of an historical myth that clearly resonates with our current political and social state..."

—Kathryn J. Swanson,
Literary Associate,
Trinity Repertory Company

For scripts and information:
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