American journalist and playwright
Dolores Prida (September 5, 1943–January 20, 2013) was a Cuban-American columnist and playwright.
- …I think that my early plays had some things that only Hispanics could know what they were. I had to strive for more universal characters. We should present problems that people are able to identify with. In a way now, however, I don't write thinking of an audience anymore. What I think of now is: "Is this character true?"
- On her early plays in “Interview with Dolores Prida” in Latin American Theatre Review (Fall 1998)
- …I've been in the theater for ten years now, I've done some of the things I wanted to do. I want to go a little deeper in a way. I can see myself writing something more serious, the satirical kind of thing…
- On her career aspirations in “Interview with Dolores Prida” in Latin American Theatre Review (Fall 1998)