1911 for several months was
in Bucharest. After the departure of Krause-Gurevitsh to
America, L. led the troupe by himself, with whom he
acted in Braila, again in Bucharest, guest-starring in
Austria and in 1912 he immigrated to Argentina.
In Argentina L. acted with
B. Abramowitz, Mr. and Mrs. Gutentag, Kalmen Juvelier
and Morris Moshkovitsh, taking a proper place in the
troupe as a character actor. Since 1926 L. has withdrawn
from the stage, for a certain time maintaining a
restaurant and acting only from time to time for
purposes of pleasure.
L.'s main genre was: comical
From 1 January 1930--16
January 1931-- L. published in "Di idishe tseytung"
(Buenos Aires) his memoirs under the title of "Memoirs
of a Buenos Aires Actor, 40 Years in Yiddish Theatre",
that included [45 chapters] a piece sent from the
traveling...Yiddish actors across Eastern Europe,
instead of Yiddish theatre in each country.
Sh. E. from
Jacob Botoshansky and M. E. from Jacob Mestel.
Aaron Lager -- Memoirs of
a Buenos Aires Actor, "Idishe tseytung", 1 January
1930-16 January 1931.