Real Women Have Curves

Written by Josefina Lopez
Directed by Carmen Roman

Summary

Ana, a young Latin American working in her sister’s small factory, dreams about going to college to become a writer. Sitting in the bathroom, separated from the rest of the women by a flimsy curtain, she writes feverishly in her journal, complaining about the $67 a week she receives as “a Chicana in the garment industry.” Her determination to make something more of herself is fueled by the fear that she may end up like the other factory women, including her mother and sister–all Mexican immigrants just barely getting by.
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Creative

Carmen Roman: Director
Chris Fitzgerald: Production Manager
Amy Field: Stage Manager
Bill Bartelt: Set Design
Chris Phillips: Light Design
Margie Morettini: Costume Design

Cast

Maricela Ochoa: Estella
Carole Gutierrez: Poncha
Justina Muchado: Anna
Elisa Alvarado: Rosalie
Martha del Rio: Carmen