In the journal "Der
hamer" (N.Y., May and June 1928), M. had under the
pseudonym Menakhem Boreysho, published his "Der
pastukh Dovid, a play with a biblical motif in six
scenes", which in 1922 was published by the publisher
B. Kletskin, Vilna [152 pp., 16°].
In the weekly "Di vokh"
(N. Y., N' 33, 1930), he had under the same pen name
published "A gast" (two fragments).
On 12 September 1931 in
Kessler's Second Avenue Theatre, there was staged
the operetta "Dos meydl fun varshe, libretto in two
acts by Menakhem and Benjamin Ressler, music --
Joseph Rumshinsky" (with Ola Lilith and Willie Godik
in the main roles).
In December 1931 in the
Folks Theatre, there was staged by Misha German M.'s
play "Eyn froy" (with Misha and Lucy German in the
M. wrote by hand a play
Z. Reyzen --
"Lexicon of Yiddish Literature", Vol. II, pp.
Z. Veynper --Menakhem,
"Literarishe bleter", Warsaw, 34, 1928.
Hillel Rogoff --
Ola lilith, di neye opereten star oyf sekond
avenue, "Forward", N. Y., 18 September 1931.
Ray Raskin -- Dos
meydl fun varshe, "Unzer folk", N. Y., 23