comedy "Freylekh zal
zeyn", then in the National Theatre with Aron Lebedeff,
in the Clinton Theatre with Israel Rosenberg and Viera
Rosanka, and in the Bronx Art Theatre with Annie
L. acted across the
province, such as Detroit, Philadelphia, Boston,
Providence, Lynn, Chelsea, Montreal (Canada) and also
many cities of the United States, with Aron Lebedeff and
Michal Michalesko and dedicated herself completely to a
unusual repertoire of theatre, in folk songs in the
winter time in Miami and in the summer in the summer
hotels in the mountains.
L. also acted in the Yiddish
films "Eli, Eli" by Yitzhak Frankel, and "Di heyntike
mames (Mothers of Today)" by Simon Wolf (with Esther
Field in the main role), and in Sholem Aleichem's "Tuviya
der milkhiger (Tevye the Milkman)" (role of "Tseytl")
with Maurice Schwartz.
Her brother, Philip Mark,
was a Yiddish performer.
Sh. E. form
Sholem Perlmutter --
Vos hert zikh in nyu yorker idishn teater?, "Di
idishe velt", Philadelphia, 18 October 1935.