This collection consists of the dramatist and dramaturge Paulina Sahagun's collection of Latin American and Chicano theater
papers, specifically the papers of TENAZ (Teatros Nacionales de Aztlan) and CARA (Chicano Art: Resistance and Affirmation).
Paulina Sahagun has performed on both sides of the Mexico / U.S. Border. She began her theatrical career as a member of the
Mexican Theater Company: Los Mascarones and was a founding member of Grupo Cultural Zero. With these companies she toured
extensively throughout Mexico and the U.S. performing original theatrical works. Her credits with El Teatro Campesino and
Luis Valdez include the play "La Pastorela" and the PBS Special "El Popol Vuh." Sahagun has worked with TENAZ, The Inner City
Cultural Center, Plaza de La Raza, UCLA Mexican Art Series, the 1990 Los Angeles Theater Festival, and CARA. She co-directed
the Young Conservatory, a training program for young actors and was a Drama Instructor at Inner City Arts. Sahagun is a graduate
of the Del Arte School of Physical Theater and received her master's degree in the World Arts and Cultures program at UCLA.
1.2 linear feet
(2 boxes; 1 flat box)
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