F. was born on 8 August 1888
in Warsaw, Poland, to well-to-do parents, who passed
away when she was very young.
She became enamored with
her father, the actor Herman Feinstein; she went with
him later into Kompaneyets' troupe in Dubel where she was a chorus singer, and after a few days she debuted already as "Reyzele"
in Moshe Richter's "Hertsele miukhs[?]."
After performing in Misha
German's troupe, where she acted in soubrette roles, a little later crossing over to mother roles, she created a series of types and characters in operettas, as well as in
After her marriage to
conductor and composer David Beigelman, she settled in Lodz, where she acted year-round in the troupes of
Kaminski, Zandberg, Adler-Serotsky and later in various member troupes.
In a span covering many
years, she acted in Lodz and had the opportunity to
act with the guest stars Moskowitz, Feinman, Lobel,
Thomashefsky, Kessler, Silbert, and later with the
younger generation guest-stars, such as Molly Picon et
F. also participated in the production of Gordin's "The Slaughter" in Russia.