M. was born on 7 November 1865 in Vilna, Polish
Lithuania. Since the age of two she was raised in
Peterburg in piety and godliness. Later, against the
wishes of her parents, she attended a gymnasium, then
she completed the institute for midwifery as a sheep
M. published translations in
several Yiddish newspapers, then (1887) in "Yudishes
She also acted on the
Yiddish stage, first as an "amateur", and in 1919-21 as
a member of the Yiddish chamber theatre in Peterburg
under the direction of Granovskiy. For that theatre M.
also translated Meterlink's "Di blinde" (staged on 28
June 1919), and plays by Chekov ("The Seagull") and
Heyermans, which were not performed.
M. also translated and
published "Filip Langman, Bartel Turazer, a drama in
three acts, translated from the German: Anna Magid, with
a [baleyt-vort fun bel-mkhshbut], Peterburg, 1919",
which was performed on various Yiddish stages in the
Soviet Union [the same play later in Warsaw's weekly
page "Roman-tseytung" (1-9)].