B. was born circa 1875 in Mohilev, Podolia [?] to very
poor parents. In 1885 there came to town a Russian
troupe. B. [khapt zikh bgnbh] in the theatre, and she
became as such caught up with acting, such that with
permission from her parents and from the director of the
troupe, she traveled with the troupe, with whom she was
in their service for several years, and in the evening
she attended their productions (?)
At the age of sixteen B.
became a chorus singer in a Yiddish troupe, then she
acted there in small, important roles. With time B. was
known to excel as a dramatic actress, and she performed
as such for Fishzon, Sabsey, for a certain time
also with Esther Rukhl Kaminska, and after her marriage
with a provincial theatre director Bronstein, she became
the main role player for her own troupe.
Acting on the stage she had
with her [pasirt] a sadness through which she lost her
feet [according to "Yud Nun" in the "Forward"],
she had the [gezolt pasir] in America, and after [opmetern]
herself in need for several years in Odessa, B.
traveled to Soroki, Bessarabia, where she had cousins
Not being able any more to
act on the stage, B. organized a youth circle with whom
she used to study plays, but in the last years she had
however her illness, and she also had to then retire and
she had gone into solitude somewhere behind a dirty
street, supported from time to time by her [farerer].
On 3 July 1927 B. passed
away in Soroki.
M. E. from Itzhak Bliefeld and Abraham Teitelbaum.