who used to act, like
R., and Emma Finkel [see Emma Finkel's biography],
that the living lissome acting, dancing and singing
of the two children had contributed to the success
of the operetta. So they wrote in both of them into
Lateiner's "Di farblondzhete neshoma" in which R.
acted in the role of "Bobele".
Several years later R.
happened into a troupe in Chicago with Emma Finkel, and
they continued to perform together. In the former
plays they used to direct scenes that used to
present marches, and at the top both marched with
flags, at times Jewish, at times American. Their
success so great that they had them began to give
them larger roles.
At the age of twelve,
when the actress Shoengold passed away, there was no
soubrette in the troupe, and larger clothing had
"made" a figure for her, she was given to act in
soubrette roles. Since then she remained in the
troupe as a soubrette, and at first in 1912, when
her husband, Max Rosenthal, directed A. Shomer's
"Style", she acted in dramatic roles. In the flow of
fourteen years, she acted in the "Arch Street
Theatre" in Philadelphia, in the "Second Avenue",
"People's" and "Irving Place Theatre" in New York.
1926 -- in Ben-Ami's
1927 -- again in the
"Irving Place Theatre".
1929-30 -- in Brooklyn's
"Lyric Theatre", in mother roles.
R.'s brother, Charlie,
was a theatre lawyer and entrepreneur.
On 11 December 1945, R.
passed away in New York.
M. Osherowitz -- Ema
un sabina -- tsvey blumen fun der idisher bihne,
"Forward", N. Y., 12 October 1924.