mentsh" and "Hoplia, mir
lebn", the third scene from Zheromski's "Ruzsha",
mass offerings of David Eynhorn's "Rekviem", and "Hent",
B. Shenlang's "Tog fun yugnt", Moshe Broderzon's "Iberbrukh",
his own settings for Remarque's "Oyfn merb keyn
neyes", and (in 1930 and 1932) two satirical Polish
P. was a co-founder of
the central for dramatic circles with the society "Yidishe
bine", and Poland, and he had the opportunity to
publish an entire range of reviews, articles and
papers about theatre and performers in the "Neye
folkstseytung", a weekly", "Yung-veker" and "Faroys>
Shortly after Himmler's
capture of Warsaw, he fled to Lithuania, where he
directed with the students of the real school in
Vilna (in Yiddish folks theatre), on 14 June, during
the Peretz changes, his own dramatization of Y. L.
Peretz's "Msirs-nfsh", in fourteen scenes, music by
Gerstein, settings by Sher.
In 1941, after a long
wandering across Lithuania, Soviet Russia and Japan,
he arrived in America and settled in New York, where
he became the drama teacher in the "Sholem Aleichem
Middle School", and there directed outside of
several one-acters a montage "Khsrilefke", according
to Sholem Aleichem. He also was the drama director
of Camp "Ney-velt", and he performed as a recitator
and monologist in social activities.
M. and Sh.