In 1933 he was a
member in "Fakt."
In 1938, he together
with Jonas Turkow and Diana Blumenfeld, toured
across the province with his pay "Der lts." In
1939 he prepared for the provinces his play "Mord."
Among his composed
plays, there were staged: "Bread" in Riga, "Iber kbrim" in
Khelm, Grodno, Lubovil, Kovel and other cities, and the
one-acters "Hinter a farshlosener tir" and "A
deytshl" in Grodno.
(Warsaw, N' 4, 1928), W. published an article
"Di kunst-shender," in which he criticized the
dramatic association of the province which
According to his
brother, Shmuel Wolfstat in Paris, W in 1937 was
to guest with him in Paris and there perform
with recitation evenings. In August 1939, Shmuel
arrived in Poland to visit his brother, who was
just on a tour that he had interrupted, and they
spent two weeks together in Drozgenik.
The last information
that his brother had received from him was a
telegram from Russia in the beginning of the
Second World War, that he was alive and healthy.
According to Zalmen
Koleshnikov, W. was killed by the Nazis in the
griber of Slonim.
Sh. E. by Zalmen Koleshnikov and Sh. E. by
"Lexicon of the Yiddish
Theatre," N. Y., 1931, Vol. I, p. 656.
Michael Weichert -- "Zikhrunut,"
Tel Aviv, 1961, Vol. II, pp. 83, 85, 192.