Biographical data -- unknown.
In "Kol mbshr", (39) from
1869 there was found a correspondent under the name of "Simchas
Torah", where he studied with an old meskhilim Shteyger
the shtetl N. beym Dnieper on a Simchas Torah day.
When Goldfaden had founded
his theatre in Rumania, A. was there, and making a deep
impression, which the theatre had created, A. wrote for
the local theatre a great review, which he had published
in a special booklet under the name of "Bmt yshkhk u
gye-khzyun"(?) Salon "Pomme Verde" [that was the name of
the theatre garden "Pomul Verde"], [bkrt mat kruah
= visit the author who sees?]
Avraham Hgdshuni --lbni kht [16°, 30 pp.].
No printer is specified, but
it is evident that it was printed in Rumania in the year
1877 or 1878.
A. knows that in the good
and bad moments of performing, on the positive and
negative pages of the plays, and it is apparent, that
the author has in general drkh-eretz farn
theatre, and for his [shepfer = shepherd],
The booklet is a precious
reality, and he found himself but in several
getseylte libraries of Jerusalem, Vilna and New York
and by Noakh Prilutsky, who brought the booklet
citations in the "Bikher-velt" (Warsaw, 1923, 3-4). From
the citations it is seen, that the true notes of the
author were only given in the dedication of a poem in
the beginning of the booklet.
York, 1926, p. 89.
N. Auslander -- Av.
Finkel -- "A. Goldfaden", Minsk, 1926, pp. 41-42.
Noakh Prilutsky -- Dos
ershte bikhl vegn neyem yidishn teater, "Bikher-velt",
Warsaw, 1923, pp. 3-4.