Upstage Theatre Presents Real Women Have Curves by Josefina López
Set in the summer of 1987 in East Los Angeles, this play follows Ana during her time working at her sister’s sewing factory. As the women struggle to meet ridiculous production deadlines, they speak about life, love, and body image, while painting a vivid image of the Latinx immigrant experience.
Thursday and Friday at 7 PM, Saturday 2 PM and 7 PM, Sunday at 2 PM
Free for Wellesley/Olin/Babson/MIT students with ID, $5 students outside of Wellesley/Olin/Babson/MIT with ID, $10 general admission
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