Born in 1903 in Czestochowa,
Poland, into a family of workers. From her early youth,
through her older brother, she drew nearer to modern
Yiddish literature. At the age of fourteen, she acted in
the role of "Taybele" in Gordin's "Jewish King Lear" in
the Novoradomsko "Hazamir", under the direction of
Shmuel Frank. In the span of the four-year German
occupation of Czestochowa during the First World War,
she performed in "Lira" with the actors Hershkovitsh,
Lashkovska, Tsimbalist, Eyzenberg and Glikman in a range
of plays, as well as in one-acters in Yiddish, together
with the soubrette Rosenzweig, in a movie theatre
1919 -- participated with
Moshe Silberkasten and Karl Tsimbalist in Paula R.'s
play "Di yerusha".
After the First World War
she wandered off to Berlin, Germany, and there performed
in theatre on Orianburgerstrasse, under the direction of
actor Shidlover, together with actor Wachtel and later
the newly famous actor Alexander Granach in a series of
plays by Gordin, Sholem Aleichem, Asch and Strindberg.
1921 -- arrived in Canada,
where she acted under the direction of Jakele Cone,
together with the actors Shapiro, Solomonescu, Tillie
Rabinowitz and Paskewitz in Gordin repertoire and other
plays, later with Rudolf Schildkraut in "Eykele muzik"
and "God of Vengeance". Then with the "Vilna Troupe"
under the direction of Azra and Kadison in a series of