Warsaw Yiddish State Theater Performs Play Written by Zionist Leader

The new season of the Ida Kaminsky Yiddish State Theater in Warsaw was opened with a comedy translated from its original German to Hebrew and then into Yiddish for the Warsaw presentation, it was reported here today from the Polish capital.

The play was “Jacob and Esau,” written by Sami Gronemann, writer, lawyer and chairman of the Zionist Congress Arbitration Court who migrated to Israel after the Nazis came to power and died in Jerusalem.

The Warsaw branch of the Jewish Social and Cultural Association has started an intensive drive to recruit more members from among Jewish intellectuals who have been ignoring the organization’s activities, according to an article in Folkshtimme, the organ of the association published in Warsaw, received here today.

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