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Laura Zarrabeitia Papers

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Laura Zarrabeitia Papers, 1963-1997 | University of Miami Cuban Heritage Collection

By María R. Estorino, January 2010

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Collection Overview

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ID: CHC5228

Creator: Zarrabeitia, Laura

Extent: 3.0 Boxes

Formats/Genres: Photographs, Programs (documents), Scrapbooks

Languages: Spanish;Castilian

Scope and Contents of the Materials

The Laura Zarrabeitia Papers consist of four scrapbooks documenting her career as an actress in Cuba in the 1960s and 1970s.  The scrapbooks include photographs, theater programs, contracts, scripts, and clippings.

Biographical Note

Laura Zarrabeitia is a Cuban actress who formed part of Cuba's Teatro Estudio from 1960 to 1970, with which she acted in over 50 plays. She continued her performing career in exile in Spain (1970-1972), Venezuela (1972-1998), and Miami, Florida (1998- ).

Subject/Index Terms

Actresses - Cuba
Theater - Cuba - History - 20th century
Zarrabeitia, Laura

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions: This collection is open for research.

Use Restrictions: Requests to publish or display materials from this collection require written permission from the rights owner. Please, contact chc@miami.edu for more information.

Acquisition Source: Purchased from Laura Zarrabeitia, 2009.

Related Materials: Please see the Cuban Heritage Collection's guide to its Theater collections for related materials. For more information please see http://library.miami.edu/chc/collections/theater/index.html.

Processing Information: Processed by Marta Martínez, January 2010.  Finding aid edited and published online by María R. Estorino.

Other Note: Sponsor Note: This collection was processed with the support of a grant from The Goizueta Foundation.




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