N.. was born in 1892 in
Khatievitsh (Khotovizh -ed.) , Mohilev Gubernia,
Ukraine. She was raised in Bobruisk. Through her parents
"amateurs" of the Yiddish theatre, N. had the
opportunity to enter into the chorus of Genfer's troupe,
with whom she toured across Russia and Lithuania. Later
N. debuted as "Mirele" in "Di kishufmakherin" and acted
in other small roles, but at the same time sang further
in the chorus. Initially, after her marriage to actor K.
Kadish, she crossed over to Lipovski's Vilna Folks
Theatre, where she received larger roles, and then went
on a tour across Kovno, Koenigsberg, Memel, Berlin,
Vilna (together with her husband and her brother Yosef
Khash), later in Lodz's Skala Theatre (Director -- Lazar
Kahan), where she performed for the first time in the
title role in the Yiddish translation of Kalmen's "Bayadera",
and in other cities in Poland. In 1926 N. guest-starred
in Rumania, Bessarabia, Transylvania, and then she
returned to Poland, where she founded with her husband
and brother-in-law an operetta troupe named "The Vilna
Operetta Troupe", with whom they toured across Poland.
In 1928 N. acted in Krakow, then across Poland. In 1930
she guest-starred with the troupe in Kovno and from
there in Riga's Yiddish Meutim Theatre. In 1932 she was
in Krakow, performing in the operetta "Di persishe
Specialty: Prima donna.
Sh. E. from K. Kadish and Yosef Khash.