Now Agid built for her the
Comedy Theatre, where she acted but for a short time and
went away with Gabel to Winnipeg. Later they came back,
and G. acted in the Grand Music Hall, then for a short
time in the Lipzin Theatre, from there across various
theatres, then again in the Lipzin Theatre, then in the
Mount Morris Theatre, and in the latter years in the
Peoples Theatre, where she together with her husband,
Max Gabel, the director of the troupe.
G. had in the span of her
stage career almost exclusively acted in Gabel's plays,
which were especially written for her, and in Jacob
Gordin's "Chasia the Orphan", which she played since the
death of Keni Lipzin.
G. also in 1924
guest-starred in London, in the summertime across the
G. wrote lyrics for a part
of the plays that she acted in, and she also sang them
for the gramophone and radio.
On 7 December 1927 in New
York G.'s twenty-fifth anniversary of her stage
activities was celebrated, and she was honored by the
publication of a souvenir [book?] with articles and
greetings from Nate? Y. Ferber, Max R. Wilner, Lucy
Robbins-Lang, A Bukstein, Ts. H. Rubinstein, Israel the
Yankee, Jacob Kirschenbaum, Z. Kornblit, Dr. A. Mukdoni,
Max Gabel, R. Guskin and Ab. Cahan.
Y. Entin -- Jennie
goldstein als "yetoyme", "Di varhayt", N. Y., 25
Hillel Rogoff --
Jennie goldstein in gordin's "yetoyme", "Forward", 7
Dr. Kritikus -- "Di
yetoyme" in gebils teater, "Der tog", 14 December
Jennie Goldstein --
Mayn beste rol -- "Mekhele", "Morning Journal", 3
B. Y. Goldstein --
Jennie goldstein, "Teater un kunst", New York, 2, p.
Sholem Perlmutter --
Jennie goldstein finf un tsvantsig yohr oyf der
idisher bihne, "Di idishe velt", Philadelphia, 7
Sidney Gordon -- Men
feyert itst dem 25-yehrigen yubileum fun jennie
goldstein als aktrise -- "Forward", 2 December 1927.
Z. Kornbluth --
"Di dramatishe kunst", N. Y., 1928, pp. 182-187.
L. Kamishnikov --
Jennie goldstein un ihr publikum, "Theatre
York, 4, 1926.
Esther Moverman --
Jennie Goldstein -- Bernardt of the Yiddish Stage,
"The Philadelphia Jewish Times", 11 May 1928.
Ts. H. Rubinstein --
Jennie goldstein, "Der tog", 2 December 1927.
Jacob Kirschenbaum --
Jennie goldstein 25-yehriger yubileum, "Der
amerikaner", 9 December 1927.
Khiene Jaffe --
Jennie goldstein, "Yidishes tageblat", New York, 2 December
Jean Jaffe --
Twenty-five years a Yiddish actress -- "The
Tageblat's English Department", 8 December 1927.
A. Frumkin -- Di
kinder rolisten oyf der idisher bihne, "Morning
Journal", 30 November, 7 December 1928.
Jennie Goldstein --
Ikh un dos publikum, "Morning Journal", 20 January