Title: Carlos Felipe and Rosa Felipe Papers, 1939-2000
Creator: Felipe, Carlos
Extent: 6.0 Boxes
The papers document professional activities of Carlos Felipe in a capacity of a playwright and of Rosa Felipe in a capacity of an actress. The materials consist of manuscripts of Carlos Felipe's plays, in which he deals with human passions, giving his characters essential Cuban elements. Some of the plays were published in Spain, while others were published in Cuba. The manuscripts of the following plays are included in the papers: "Esta noche en el bosque," for which he received Premio Nacional de Teatro in 1939, "Tambores," and "De pelicula." A copy of "El Chino," published by Repertorio Teatral Cubano and a published miniature of "Capricho en rojo" are also included in this collection. The collection also contains academic essays by other authors about Carlos Felipe's plays, especially about "Réquiem por Yarini" in which Carlos Felipe utilizes structure of Greek tragedy. Materials include clippings with interviews with Carlos Felipe, theatre programs, especially the programs of the several productions of "Réquiem por Yarini" and theatrical reviews.
The materials also document acting career of Rosa Felipe who worked in Cuba, Madrid, Latin America and Miami. Rosa Felipe worked with other Cuban actors in exile in Miami for the theatre group Repertorio Español. The bulk of the material documenting Rosa Felipe's career consists of photographs from Cuban TV, theatre and award receiving events. Moreover, the collection contains Certificates of Recognition, membership cards, slides and theatre programs of productions featuring Rosa Felipe.
Access Restrictions: This collection is open for research.
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Acquisition Method: Gift of Silda Somoano, 2010.
Preferred Citation: Carlos and Rosa Felipe Papers, Cuban Heritage Collection, University of Miami Libraries, Coral Gables, Florida.
Finding Aid Revision History:
The collection-level record created by Beata Bergen with some assistance from Valentina Lamas, April 2010.
Finding aid subjects terms assigned by Ana D. Rodríguez, February 2013.