1911 -- returned to Warsaw
and toured (from Pesakh until Shavuous) across White
Russia and Latvia with Libert, Serotsky, Lazar Freed,
Trilling and Sonya Edelman, in the repertoire of Gordin,
Libin and Kobrin.
1912 -- studied in Frankfurt
in a dramatic school.
1913 -- acted for several
days in the week in Berlin (in a Yiddish quarter), and
several days in Leipzig (Palace Theatre), where he
directed Hirshbein's "Gblh".
During the outbreak of war,
he acted in Yiddish in Budapest, where he remained until
1919 and acted for a certain time in German, Melchior
Lengiel's "Der shotn" (translated and staged by him in
Yiddish in Warsaw's Central Theatre in 1921), and Sholem
Asch's "God of Vengeance".
1919 -- Arrived in Poland,
performed in the Elizeum theatre in a "solo concert"
(scenes from Shakespeare's "Julius Caesar",
Vildenbrukh's "Mkhshfh-lid", Gogol's "Der meshugener",
and Chekov's "Dos shvanen lid"), and later with several
programs (scenes from Shakespeare, Moliere, Dickens, St.
Tsveig, R. B. Hoffman, Edgar Poe and the Yiddish poets
Peretz, Asch, Bialik, Halpern, Nadir, Kulbak, Aaron
Zeitlin, et al.), across Poland, acting only from time
to time in the professional Yiddish troupes.
1924 -- founded in Warsaw a
"Habimah", and here staged in Hebrew Kupe's (?) "Hknur
mgrmnih", and Sholem Aleichem's "Doktoyrim"..
Jack Levy -- Vi
azoy ikh bin gekumen tsu der bine, "Teater-tseytung",
Warsaw, 4, 1928.
Ginzburg-Shterman -- Zhak levi, "Brisker
vokhnblat", 50, 929.
Jack Levy -- A
bisl musr, "Unzer ekspres", Warsaw, 7 July 1933.