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April 08, 1966 - Image 25

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1966-04-08

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THE JEWISH NEWS

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS
Friday, April 8, 1966-25

Ida Kaminska's Role in 'The Shop on Main Street'

I The Best of Everything

"The Shop on Main Street," the
deeply moving film now at the
Studio on Livernois, merits special
attention thanks in large measure
to the brilliant actress who plays
the leading female role—Ida Ka-
minska.
She was chosen for the role of
Rosalie Lautmannova after a
search for an actress who could
'meet the great challenge repre-
sented by the theme. The Czech di-
rectors had to go to Warsaw to
find an actress for that role, and
Mme. Kaminska was their happy
choice for a very sad role.
Ida Kaminska, the stage and
artistic director of the State Jewish
Theater in Warsaw, is 56 years old
and has been acting on the stage
for 60 years. Her first perform-
ance took place in 1905 in Warsaw,
where at the age of 5 she played a
child role in one of Shakespeare's
plays. Her mother, the famous ac-
tress Esther Rachel Kaminska
(1869-1925), was a member of the
same cast.
Esther Kaminska was then called

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HELP SHORTAGE has forced
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Thurs. . . . The Green-8 eatery will
still remain open 'til 1 a.m. on
Fri. & Sat.
BAKER'S KEYBOARD Lounge
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MAX HORENSTEIN, one of the ADAMS
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ginning of her career in 1911 she
appeared in the film "Meir Ezofo-
wicz" which was made in Warsaw.
From 1918 to 1920 Ida Kaminska
played minor roles in commercial
films. In 1922 she played a more
important role in "Betrothal"
which was directed by Zygment
Turkow. This feature won the rep-
utation of being the best contem-
porary Polish film of modern
times. In 1938 Ida Kaminska
played in "Who Is Guilty?" her
last film before making "The Shop
on Main Street."

"the mother of the Jewish Thea-
ter." Today Ida Kaminska is its
heart and brain. Not long ago in
Warsaw she directed the staging
of the play "Bury the Bunkers"
where she served simultaneously
as its author, director and leading
actress.
The role of Rosalie Lautmannova
in "The Shop On Main Street" is
her first screen role in 20 years.
This prominent actress has created
more than 500 roles during her
life, but has not appeared in films
in recent years. At the very be-

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