Produced by special arrangement with THE DRAMATIC PUBLISHING COMPANY of Woodstock, Illinois
Ambitious and bright, Ana yearns to break away from her life in East LA and the tiny sewing factory where she works. Her college dreams seem out of her reach, but maybe she can find a way. Over the course of an eventful week her friends and co-workers help her plot a course as they talk about their lives, loves and deepest desires, all while attempting to meet impossible production deadlines.
CONTENT WARNING: Recommended for mature audiences
Jay C. Brown
Real Women Have Curves was first presented by El Teatro De La Esperanza at the Mission Cultural Center in San Francisco, California, May 25, 1990. The production was directed by Hector Correa; set design by Kate Boyd; light design by Elaine Buckholtz; costume design by Anastasia Powers
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