|Creator:||Dramatski Zbor "Nada" (Chicago, Ill.).|
|Abstract:||Collection (1923-1938) includes approximately 250 manuscript and typescript plays; performance announcements; posters; and sheet music of Dramatski Zbor "Nada," a Croatian American dramatic society.|
|Quantity:||26 linear ft|
|Language:||In Croatian and English.|
Dramatski Zbor "Nada" was formed in 1923 with ties to the Jugoslav Educational Federation, an immigrant organization which also published the newspapers Novi Svijet (later Znanje). The newspapers publicized the Society's activities. The plays Nada performed fell into three categories: great Croatian historical dramas such as August Senoa's Zlatarevo Zlato (The Goldsmith's Gold); classics like Gogol's Revizor (The Inspector General); and proletarian plays such as Osloboditelji (The Liberators).
The Dramatski Zbor “Nada” (Chicago, IL). collection is available for public research.
The Dramatski Zbor “Nada” (Chicago, IL). collection is the physical property of the Immigration History Research Center, University of Minnesota.
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The Dramatski Zbor “Nada” (Chicago, IL). Records, Croatian American Collection, Immigration History Research Center, University of Minnesota
|Croatian American theater.|
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