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Yolanda Arenas is a Cuban actress who trained in dance and theater in Havana, Cuba. Among her various credits in Cuba, she formed part of the theater group Prometeo under the direction of Francisco Morín for two years in the late 1950s and acted in the story "Los Novios" in the 1960 film "Cuba '58."
In 1968, she went into exile in New York, where she acted with Repertorio Español. Arenas also performed in commercials and did voice over work. She currently resides in Miami, Florida.
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A VHS copy of the film "Cuba '58" was moved to the Videotape Collection.
Repertorio Español Records (CHC5257); INTAR Theatre Records (CHC5159); Herberto Dumé Papers (CHC5141); Ofelia González Papers (CHC5241); and Laura Zarrabeitia Papers (CHC5228). Available in the Cuban Heritage Collection, University of Miami Libraries, Coral Gables, Florida.
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- Arenas, Yolanda (Creator)