Born 26 December 1893 in
Iasi, Romania. His parents were merchants. He learned in a
cheder, then in the Jewish school for youths. He
graduated as a medical doctor in Iasi and practiced in
Being a teacher for
Bronstein, a co-director of Yiddish theatre, R. wrote,
together with Dr. Herman Kornblum, the melodrama in
three acts with a prologue, "Elterns kind," which in
November 1920 was staged in Iasi in the "Lyric" Theatre
by Kh. M. Segalesko (with Tsile Goldenberg, Itzkovitsh,
Kh M. Segalesko, Gizela-Schwartz et al.), and later in
Rovno (Poland): the mystical tragedy in three acts, "Gresed
di evrh" (staged by Rintsler in Iasi in the "Lyric"
Theatre (with Laznik, Zolotarov, Moshe-Yakov Goldenberg,
Heller, et al.)
According to Rose Heller, R.
also composed the play "Tsvishn tog un nakht oyfn altn
feld," and the contents such as these: a women travels
through a forest. Once the robbers attack, were her
husbands(?). She gave birth to a baby and died at birth.
In the play Barukh Rintsler, Yefim Goldenberg, Rose and
Itsik Heller, Moshe and Khayke Laznik acted.
Beno Wachtel writes in
"Almanac of the Yiddish Tribune" for the year 1937 about
R.'s last activities:
"In the twenty literary
meetings that the re-launched Iasi's "Toybn Hall" had
held in the years 1936 and 1937, had with fictional
parts directed with a special talent his friend Dr. A.
Rosen who as no