S. had in 1931 participated
in the production of the "Kunst-vinkl (Art Corner)" in
Philadelphia. On 13 June she acted in the role of "Itele"
in Sholem Aleichem's "Tsezeyt un tseshpreyt" directed by
Sam Ratner, and the role of "Yochebed" in Sholem
Aleichem's "Mentshn" directed by William Sperling.
David ber Tirkel writes
"Among the women of the 'Kunst-vinkl' is found one who
manifested an entirely beautiful talent and [barif] in
the [tsuzamenshtel] of a play, the woman, Madam Esther
Solomon had in the winter of 1935 written a play under
the name of 'A mentsh on a nomen', which she later [gebitn]
on 'Sudut fun lebn' .... Madame Solomon had several
times read this play for the members of the 'Kunst-vinkl',
and they decided that she [oyftsufirn] in the Hebrew
According to Tirkel, the
play, whose content he brings in his book "Di yugntlekhe
bine" pp. 71-72, was staged on 26 May 1935 in an
auditorium. The author also participated in the
acting. The Yiddish newspaper may have given sympathy
and had praise for the author and also the actors."
David ber Tirkel -- "Di
yugntlekhe bine", Philadelphia, 1940, pp. 52, 57, 68,