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Paulette A. Ramsay

was born in Santiago de Cuba, Cuba, on 12 February 1942 to Gerardo Fulleda Abreu and Edicta León Ferrer. He was raised and educated in his hometown before moving to Havana to pursue a degree in history at the University of Havana. Drama school followed his graduation as he had a deep interest in producing theatrical works. He received his training as a playwright at the Seminario de Dramaturgia del CNC between 1951 and 1964; there, he was taught by well-known Cubans such as Alejo Carpentier and Roberto Fernandez Retamar. He writes for both adults and children, and many of his plays have been performed on stage by distinguished theater groups in Cuba. Others have been adapted for radio and local television, while Plácido was adapted to the large screen in 1982 by Sergio Giral, the renowned film director.

Fulleda has published more than twelve plays for which he ...