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Marek, Andrzej, 1878-1942 or 1943



  • Existence: 1878 - [1942,1943]

Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:

Andrzej Marek (Mark Ornshteyn), 1927

 File — Box 33, Folder: 438
Scope and Contents From the Series:

This series contains documents from actors, singers, composers, directors, all members of the YAF in Poland. These documents include correspondence, convention delegate cards, photographs, certificates, questionnaire forms, reviews, and other materials relating to individuals.

Dates: 1927

Clippings – Various plays – Translations/Adaptations., undated, 1926-1934

 File — Box 84, Folder: 1008
Scope and Contents

Some items pertain to Mark Arnstein's Polish-language translations/adaptations and stagings of Yiddish plays, including H. Leivick's "Goylem" and Jacob Gordin's "Mirele Efros" and "Got, mensth un tayvl"; includes a handwritten draft or copy of an article about Arnstein's being invited to direct a Polish production of his "Viliner balebesl" at a municipal theater. One item is an article by Sh. Y. Dorfzon (Shmuel-Yankev Harendorf), about Goldfaden's "Shulamis" on the Hungarian stage. Also includes original labels for YIVO Vilna no. A469 ("Yidishe forshtelungen af fremde shprakhn"). In Yiddish and Polish.

Dates: undated, 1926-1934

New York. The Jewish Art Theatre (Manhattan). Program, 1920 - 1921

 File — Box 80, Folder: 901
Scope and Contents

Program for "A lebn far a lebn" by Peretz Hirschbein, directed by Mark Arnstein. The theater was located at 27th Street and Madison Avenue.

Dates: 1920 - 1921

אַרנשטיין, מאַרק / Arnstein, Mark, undated, 1910, 1916, 1928

 File — Folder 4304, Object: 175283A-175299
Scope and Contents

- "Dos eybike lid" in "Shtot-Teater" (locality not specified), 1928, as part of a larger program, with singing under the direction of Sh. Rotshteyn and gymnastics performance directed by Kaczerginski.

- "Dos eybike lid," 2 items. In Warsaw, production of the Varshever Yidisher Artistn Vinkl, directed by Arnstein, as part of a program of four plays by him. In Riga, 1910, performance in Russian.

- "Der vilner balebesl," 2 items. In Vilna, guest performers Rudolf Zaslavsky and Berta Zaslavska. In Paris, 1916, honorary evening for Anatole Winogradoff.

Dates: undated, 1910, 1916, 1928

אַרנשטיין, מאַרק / Arnstein, Mark, undated

 File — Box 85, Folder: 1032
Scope and Contents

Souvenir card in honor of the 10th performance of H. Leivick's "Goylem" under Arnstein's direction. 1 item.

Dates: undated

אַרנשטיין, מאַרק / Arnstein, Mark. ווילנער בעל-הביתל / Vilner balebesl (Little Vilna Householder). Drama in 4 acts, undated

 File — Folder 4070, Object: 166265-166318
Scope and Contents

Bound typescript. Translation, apparently by Moyshe Ran (1903-1944), Vilna (penciled signature on last page), of Arnstein's Polish-language play Pieśniarze (Singers).

Dates: undated

זאַפּאָלסקאַ, גאבריעלאַ / Zapolska, Gabriela, 1928

 File — Folder 4469, Object: 176079
Scope and Contents

- "Małka Szwarcenkopf" in Grodno. Performance in Polish. Adapted and directed by Mark Arnstein ("Andrzej Marek").

Dates: 1928

טאָלסטאָי, אַ.; שטשעגאָלעוו / Tolstoy, Aleksey Nikolayevich, graf; Shchegolev, P. E. (Pavel Eliseevich), undated, 1929

 File — Folder 4481, Object: 176112-176115
Scope and Contents

- "Rasputin un di tsaritse," 2 items. In Kraków, 1929, and in Vilna. Translated, staged and directed by Mark Arnstein. Featuring Nekhama, Kadish, Khash (Chasz), and L. Szryftzecer.

- "Azef" in Warsaw. Adapted for the Yiddish stage and directed by Mark Arnstein. Music by Henech Kon.

Dates: undated, 1929

לייוויק, ה.‏ / Leivick, H. (Halper), 1928-1929, 1935

 File — Folder 4532, Object: 176292-176309
Scope and Contents

- "Hirsh Lekert" in Tallinn, 1935. Production of the Jewish Cultural Society "Licht." Directed by A. Serev.

- "Golem" in Grodno, season 1928-1929. Performance in Polish. Translated, adapted, and directed by Mark Arnstein ("Andrzej Marek"). At the Teatr Miejski (Municipal Theater; director, Leon Jaroszyński).

- "Golem" in Chicago, 1929. Performance in English. Translated by J. C. Augenlicht. Production of the Art Institute of Chicago Civic Repertory Company. Produced by Thomas Wood Stevens and David Itkin.

Dates: 1928-1929, 1935