the Bronx's McKinley Square
1923 -- in Boston's Yiddish
theatre there was staged G.'s four-act drama "Farsheydene
vegn", and on 20 Septembrer 1923 in the Lenox Theatre
there was staged "Dem rbins hoyf, an operetta, music by
Mendel Kon. The same play in 1924 was performed by Boris
Thomashefsky in Boston (music by P. Laskovsky), and in
January 1930 it was staged by Herman Fenigstein in Paris
under the name "Di khasidishe khasene".
On 6 January 1927, Joseph
Kessler staged in the McKinley Square Theatre N.'s "Flamen
fun libe, music by. A. Olshanetsky.
On 25 September 1931 in
Brooklyn's Amphion Theatre, there was staged by Sam
Auerbach N.'s "Sheyndeles khasene", an operetta in
three acts by Ben-Menachem2, music by Fleyshman and B.
1925 -- N. was co-director
of a Yiddish troupe in Los Angeles.
1926-27 -- prompter in the
Bronx's McKinley Theatre.
1928-29 -- in Brooklyn's
1930 -- went out to
California together with his wife Sally Weisenfreund,
the mother of Muni, and here for a short time he
directed a Yiddish troupe, together with Ab. Kogut.
1931-32 -- prompter in the
Bronx's Prospect Theatre, and then he went back to
M. and Sh. E.
Liliput -- A sheyne operete in
lenoks teater, "Frayhayt", N. Y., 28 September 1923.
Spectator [N. Frank] -- Di
khasidishe khasunah fun ben-menakhem, oyfgefirt fun herman
fenigshteyn, "Parizer haynt", 8 January 1930.
D. Kaplan -- A shehne operete in
vilyamsburger amfion teater, "Forward", N. Y., 2 October 1931.
1 -- Per a family
member, Nestor actually arrived in the United States in
1905 and lived and worked in Chicago
-- Ben-Menachem was Nestor's pseudonym (as his father's
Hebrew name was Menachem.