Born in 1899 in Warsaw,
Poland, to well-to-do parents. From her early youth she
participated in Polish in school productions. In 1914
she arrived in America. In 1918 she joined the "Chicago
Yiddish Dramatic Society" and participated in the
offering of "The Dead Man" by Sholem Asch (stage
director -- A. Teitelbaum), "The Treasure" by David
Pinski (stage director -- Mark Schweid), "The Haunted
Inn" by Peretz Hirshbein (stage director -- Jacob
Ben-Ami), "The Life of a Man" by Leonid Andreyev (stage
director -- Marion Gering), "The Singer of his Sorrows,"
"The Righteous Convert" by A. Kaczyne (stage director --
Joseph Buloff). A. also played with the "Vilna Troupe"
in "The Days of our Lives" during their guest-appearance
in Chicago, and studied theatre acting for a season with
In 1929 she joined "Artes"
and participated under the stage direction of her
husband Meyer Eisenberg in the offering of "Naftali
Butwin," "Hirsch Leckert," and "The Commissar's Father,"
as well as in one-acters.
In 1933 she arrived in New
York, where she joined the "Artef" studio and
participated since then in the offerings of "Artef,"
under the direction of Benno Schneider and later
In 1956 with her husband,
she settled in Miami Beach, Florida, where alone she
used to perform with recitations, declamations, singing
numbers, one-acters, and scenes from plays. There she
also was active as a cultural activist.