Born in 1914 in Brody,
He was educated in Lemberg
where he completed the gymnasium in 1932.
He began to work as an
assistant stenographer with Prof. Bolk in Lemberg, and
since 1939 worked together with him and Prince Kleinman
in the Yiddish State Theatre in Lemberg as an assistant
He fled from Lemberg on the
eve of the Nazi invasion, and since 1942 was active as a
stenographer and [inspitsient] at the Opera Theatre in
Paris. In 1946 he began to study directing in Leningrad
at the institute, working since 1951 in the Russian
theatre in Kazan, afterwards in Leningrad, since 1956 at
the Comedy Theatre under the direction of Akimov.
In 1959 he returned to
Poland and entered the Yiddish State Theatre under the
leadership of Esther Rachel Kaminska, where he also put
on "Troymer fun kabtsansk", according to Mendele Mukher
Sefarim, "Griner felder" by Peretz Hirshbein, "Bar
kokhba" by Sh. Halkin, "Di puste kretschme" by Peretz
Hirshbein, a dramatization by Opatashu "Poylishe velder",
a .... and "Der pipernoter" by Schwartz. At the same
time Ts. also put on a play in the local Polish theatre.
In 1965 he went to [mr...t]
Israel, where he also put on plays in the Yiddish
theatre and was a tutor in the dramatic department of
the university in Jerusalem.
Sh. E. and Sh. E. by Meir Melman.