Collection CHC5346 - Osvaldo Pradere Papers

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Osvaldo Pradere Papers



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Osvaldo Pradere is a Cuban-born playwright, actor, director and puppeteer who has has performed in Cuba, Spain and the United States. He specializes in bilingual children's theater in New York City.

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The Osvaldo Pradere Papers consist of materials pertaining to Osvaldo Pradere, a Cuban theater performer who has spent most of his career in New York City writing, producing, and acting in bilingual children's theater. The collection contains tapes, DVDs, and audiovisual materials of Pradere's performances, as well as clippings, pictures, and personal papers related to his activities in Cuba, Spain and the United States. Two handmade puppets used by Pradere are also included.

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This collection is open for research.

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Requests to publish or display materials from this collection require written permission from the rights owner. Please contact for more information.

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  • English
  • Spanish

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Gift of Osvaldo Pradere, October, 2013.

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