time in the troupe of Genfer-Strelska, and again she returned to Fishzon, who
had acted in Lodz.
In 1904 A. traveled with her
husband to America, and here performed for the first time in
the role of "di mume" in Sudermann's "Heymat" by David
Kessler and Kalich, and afterwards she was engaged by
Mike Thomashefsky, with whom she performed for three years.
In 1907 she traveled back to
Russia with Gordin's, Libin's and Kobrin's repertoire,
and performed there in the chief roles for directed
plays. After acting for a short time in Warsaw, she was
engaged in Lodz's Grand Theatre under the direction of
Itzhak Zandberg, then she began to act under her
husband's direction in popular theatre and later in a
In 1913 she traveled to
Vienna with the "Hebrew Habima", and she acted in Hebrew
as "Yehudit" in "Uriel akosta". Then she traveled around
across Russia and began later to act in her husband's
troupe in Lodz's Skala Theatre. In wartime she had also
acted in the Grand Theatre where her husband was also
co-director, and after a tour across Poland A. traveled
in 1920 again to America.
Here she acted a half season
in Boston with Charles Nathanson.
In 1921-2 she was with the
Yiddish Art Theatre.
In 1922-3 she was at the
Liberty Theatre, where she co-directed for a short time.
In 1923-4 she was in the
McKinley Square Theatre for H. Tsukerberg.
In 1924-5 she was in Newark
In 1925-6 she was at the
Yiddish Art Theatre and on tour with this theatre across
In 1926-7 she was in Toronto
In 1927-8 she was in
Toronto, where she was a co-director for a short time .
In 1928-30 from time to time
she was in various troupes.