K. was born in 1905 in Lodz,
Poland. He was raised in a business-oriented family, but
due to his love for the theatre he gave up a career in
business, and with enthusiasm he was allowed into the
Ararat Theatre, where Moshe Broderzon used to call him
"Der khuluts (The pioneer)" because of his deep [oybergebnkeyt]
and love for the theatre.
K. had in the Ararat Theatre not only
acted, but he also worked in the administration.
In 1938 he was one of the
co-founders of the "Balegeneydn" Theatre.
According to Zalmen Koleshinkov, he was very
enthusiastic about the Soviet Union, but when it [oysgekumen]
there to living, and also he worked in the administration
of the theatre, he was Jewish, very cool (?)
After the outbreak of the
Second World War, shortly before the Nazi invasion of
the Soviet Union, he married a [funktsyoneryn], a
manager of a department store, and because of this, he
was sure, that the Germans would kill him as a Party
member, so they had decided to flee deeper into Russia.
Her fate is unknown, but it is known that somewhere on the
way he was killed.
M. E. from
Zalmen Koleshnikov and Sh. E. from Sheyne-Miryam