Noemi Korsan-Ekert with her husband Kuba Ekert and friends

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.

Noemi Korsan-Ekert and her friend Maryla Metonomska

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.


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