organized, under the
leadership of Semidor, a theatre that existed, due
to S.'s death, but after a short time, G. returned
to Kharkov's theatre. K. had in the theatre embodied
the roles of "Feivel" in Kushirov's "Leckert," the
fascist Zhigieda in "Shlakhtn oyfn merv" by
Vishnyevsky, "Tshudnovski" in "Oyfn bart," "Nicholas
II" in Gorki's "Shturm-foigl," "Masye Shkinde" in "Kadren
by Mikitenko, "Kalman shadkhan" and "Motl" in "Di
tsvey kuni lemels" [by Goldfaden] "Chaim Plut" in "Recruits" by
Axenfeld, "Pinke veyl" in "Midt hdin" (Grenetsn) by
David Bergelson, "Music Student" in "Kleinbirger un
adltum" by Moliere.
characterizes him as such (1931):
"Came from a brush
factory through the shul of the shul of the Red
Army, a former member of a drama circle in a Jewish
worker's club, Golman is one of the first working
swallows in Kharkov's theatre. Golman is a good
instrument for a good stage director. He stands out
with their musical abilities. He feels particularly
good in the comedy genre, has turned out to be a
promising comedy actor in the following roles: 'The
Poet' in 'Di letste,' 'Feivl' in 'Hirsch Leckert,'
and the communist Chudnovsky in 'Barg aroyf.' The
sum of all of them is the poet in "The Last." You
have a definite eccentric graphic in motion here, a
hopeful joke. All of this makes this figure
believable. There is an alarming character in a
provincial compulsive writer.
In Chudnovsky's 'Barg
aroyf' already the humor that springs forth
invariably from Golman is like a fresh fountain.
Golman would not be harmed by sharper measures
portraying the dormant communist. You need to
emphasize more strongly, that this is a poor thing (lemeskhe).
In the role of 'Feivl' ('Leckert'), which says very
much the view Who says very much the viewer, bash.
Seemingly transformed into a women's dress, Excite
you, That the artist does not click any text. The
playwright has, with a stinginess, has neatly
stretched the figure. With a special brilliance,
Golman plays Mr. Katty in 'Der gedekte kortn (The
Covered Cards).' With the adopted member of his
fresh and juicy vocals, he plays an entire series of
Golman is still an
actor, of course, young, But he can already pretend
to work on a broader base. He broke up beforehand.
It is tight to him in the frames in which he has
previously worked. Finally, he received a great deal
of interesting work in the play of Mikitenko's 'Kadren