This is me, my husband Kuba Ekert (the first from the left) and our friends. The photo was taken in a village near Warsaw in the 1990s.
When at the beginning of the 1990s a revival of Jewish life began in Warsaw, I was rather skeptical. I remember that when I learned that some beginnings of a Jewish school were attempted [Lauder School], I thought it fake, strange and at odds with the reality around. But it turns out I was wrong.
This is my husband, Kuba (Jakub) Ekert. The photo was taken in Warsaw in the 1960s.
This is me. The photo was taken in Warsaw in the 1960s.
The first theater in which I was engaged as an actress was in Katowice. It had a branch in Opole which was run by Irena and Tadeusz Byrscy. I liked those two so much, they seemed so different, so anti-routine that I declared I wanted to go to Opole to join them. Everybody thought I was crazy, but I went anyway. After a year they lost that place and I was engaged in Cracow, in Slowacki Theater.
This is me with my friend Ryszard Krasilewicz in some park in Lodz, but I don’t know where exactly. The photo was taken in the 1960’s but I don’t remember who took it.
Ryszard was my best friend and cooperator in Psychiatric Hospital.
This is my father Mendel Wojdyslawski. The photo was taken in Lodz before World War II, in some studio but I don’t know where.