Born in Warsaw, Poland.
Mother -- a midwife. Her sister -- a costumer in a
theatre. She began as a chorister, later going over to
roles, especially after her marriage to actor Aaron
In June 1927 she acted as
"Ophelia" in Shakespeare's "Hamlet" with Moshe Lipman in
Lodz. In 1935 she acted in the "Eldorado" in Warsaw, in
1939 she acted in the "Skala" Theatre (direction -- S.
Ribo) in the play "A Crazy World" by Kh. Sandler and
Sh. Berman. Later in the same year she began a tour
across Poland under the direction of Rose Shoshana and
Morris Lampe (with Jacob Fisher, Sonia Broderzon,
Sheftel Zak, L. Shriftzetser, R. Shoshana, Berta Veyshof,
Morris Lampe et al), which was interrupted by the
outbreak of the Second World War. About her efforts to
save and come to her second husband, the actor L. Kasviner in Lemberg,
it was told in detail by by the
actress and writer R. Shoshana in her book "In feyer un
Soon with the German
bombardment of Warsaw, she and Eisenberg's son was shot
and we had him koym, a difficult wound, exhausted
from behind the ruins. She, together with her and
Kosviner's small child, Lucy, hat with Shoshana, Lampe,
under the hail of the German bombs, and she alertly
escaped the German's Shantazhirdne Poles.
"Smugglers", who constantly gave them money, wandered to
the Russian border, in order to save herself. After a
long poverty, fine(?) and alarm, she came with her
children to Bialystok, from there she wandered further
under exceptionally difficult conditions to Lemberg.