In 1920 he returned to
Poland and went on a tour across Galicia.
In 1921 he entered into
Warsaw's Central Theatre, where he became one of the
leaders, and here he directed "Fishke der krumer"
by Mendele Mokher Sfarim (dramatized by Yakov Vaksman),
"Yikhus" by Sholem Asch, "Der shvartser flek" by
Kadelberg (L.'s translation), "Der gbur in keytn" by
Hugo, "Moshke khazir" by Y. D. Berkovitsh, "Gvald ven
shtarbt er?" by Khone Gotesfeld, and Goldfaden's "Kishufmakherin".
In 1926 he directed the Lodz
In 1927 he guest-starred in
South Africa, and in 1928 he directed with Kaminski's
theatre in Warsaw, where he staged on 6 June 1928 H.
Leivick's "Hirsh Lekert".
In 1929-30 he guest-starred
with his own troupe across Rumania.
In 1930 he directed with
Warsaw's Skala Theare, where he staged in "Tsyankali" by
Fredreich Wolf ([Ib.] --Yakov Vaksman), and in 1932 he
staged with a troupe in Krakow, where he directed in
(with the opportunity for the Vispiansky direction)
Vispiansky's "Daniel" and "Rikhter".
L. also wrote a reported
play "Di tsen fun paviak", which he had staged.
[--] -- Ver
zeynen undzere shoyshpiler? "Teater un kunst",
Lodz, 2, 1922.
Reporter -- Di
trupe lipman, "Czernowitzer bleter", 55, 1930.