Love, Betrayal & Redemption: Story of a Death Camp Survivor with Irving Roth
Irving Roth was born in Kosice, Czechoslovakia on September 2, 1929. He survived Auschwitz and Buchenwald, emigrating to the United States in 1947. The memories of the Nazi death camps never faded, and he devotes his time and efforts to educating young and old about the horrors of the Holocaust and the evils of racism. The Chabad Jewish Centre presents Love, Betrayal & Redemption: Story of a Death Camp Survivor with Irving Roth Wednesday September 18, 2019. Tickets for the presentation are now available thru the Conexus Arts Centre Box office.
Tickets for the presentation are:
Regular Admission $36.10 (Plus Applicable Service Charges),
Regular Admission on Day of show: $46.60 (Plus Applicable Service Charges)
Student/Senior pricing $25.60 (Plus Applicable Service Charges)
Student/Senior Pricing Day of Show: $36.10 Plus Applicable Service Charges)
Preferred Seating Price: $51.85 (Plus Applicable Service Charges).
Preferred seating includes a reserved seat in the first six (6) rows of the Orchestra level.
Add a signed copy of Irving Roth's memoirs, Bondi's Brother: A Story of Love, Losse, Betrayal and Liberation to your order for an additional $40.00.
VIP PRICE: $107.50 (Plus Applicable Service Charges).
VIP Package Includes:
- Express entry.
- Premium seating.
- Private meet-and-greet after the show.
- Personal photo with Irving.
- Signed and personalized copy of Bondi's Brother.
To access Preferred Seating, prices with books, or the Student/Senior price online: add regular priced tickets to your shopping cart, select different price options by clicking on the downward facing arrow beside the regular price. Select appropriate price, and prices will be updated. On sale now!
No one will be turned away due to lack of funds, if you cannot afford, please contact Rabbi Avrohom Simmonds in complete confidentiality at 306-351-5949 to make arrangements.
Mr. Roth is the Director of the Holocaust Resource Center – Temple Judea of Manhasset and is an adjunct professor at the University of Maine. He is a recognized speaker on anti-Semitism and the Holocaust and is a frequent lecturer at colleges and universities across the United States, Canada, and Europe. As a Holocaust survivor, he provides personal testimony on his experiences during WWII. Mr. Roth received the Spirit of Anne Frank Outstanding Citizen Award from the Anne Frank Center USA for promoting human rights and social justice, and for conceiving, developing, and initiating the Adopt-a-Survivor program. This program has been instituted nationally and internationally in public and parochial high schools and colleges. Together with his son, Edward, Mr. Roth authored “Bondi’s Brother,” Irving’s memoirs of life before, during and after WWII and the Holocaust. Mr. Roth currently resides in Nassau County, NY.