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Las Mujeres Verdaderas Tienen Curvas/Real Women Have Curves

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Cinco chicanas trabajan rápidamente para cumplir los difíciles plazos de producción en una pequeña fabrica de costura en el este de Los Ángeles. Ana, la mas joven, sueña con salir del barrio y de ir a la universidad. Esto es un microcosmos de la experiencia inmigrante latina. Esta comedia admira los cuerpos verdaderos de las mujeres, el poder de las latinas, y el vínculo increíble que forman al trabajar juntas. Muchos recordaran la exitosa película protagonizada por América Ferrera, en una adaptación de la obra teatral.

En español con supertítulos en inglés

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10 al 26 de abril 2015

Funciones:
de jueves a sábado a las 8:00pm
domingo a las 2:30pm
Boletos $20–$30

Vendido por completo: 24 y 25 de abril

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Ana, the youngest of five Mexican-American women racing to meet nearly impossible production deadlines in a tiny sewing factory in East L.A., dreams of getting out of the barrio and going off to college. A microcosm of the Latina immigrant experience, this comedy celebrates real women’s bodies, the power of women, and the incredible bond that happens when women work together. Many will remember the hit movie with the same title starring America Ferrera, adapted from the play.

In Spanish with English Supertitles


April 10–26, 2015

Performances:
Thursday–Saturday at 8:00pm
Sunday at 2:30pm
Tickets $20–$30

Sold Out: 4/24, 4/25


Community Conversation
Economic Impact of Immigration: Do Facts Matter?

This discussion will focus on Latino/a advocacy, issues related to immigration, the overall Latino/a experience in America. The panel will also discuss opportunities for Latinos/as in academics and the work sector of America. The real treat of the evening is that the playwright, Josefina López, will be joining us in person as part of this panel. Join us on Wednesday, April 9 from 6:45pm-7:30pm for this important conversation that is in the forefront of our community and nation.

Scheduled to appear on the panel: Josefina López (playwright/activist), Mariela Romero (Director, Community Empowerment Univision 34 Atlanta),  Estela Martinez (Georgia Association of Latino Elected Officials) , Dr. Sylvia Choi (Georgia Gwinnett College), and Dr. Luis Mora (Georgia Gwinnett College).

L-R: Josefina López, Mariela Romero, Estela Martínez, Sylvia Choi and Dr. Luis Mora

L-R: Josefina López, Mariela Romero, Estela Martínez, Dr. Sylvia Choi and Dr. Luis Mora


Reparto/Cast
Ana Lorena Morales
Estela Blanca Agüero
Carmen Irma Cristancho
Pancha Elei Reyes
Rosali Polly Garcia
Personal de la Producción/
Production Staff
Director Luis Hernández
Producción Director Artístico/
Producing Artistic Director
Anthony P. Rodriguez
Productor Asociado/Associate Producer Ann-Carol Pence
Director Artístico Asociado/
Associate Artistic Director
Justin Anderson
Director de Escena/Stage Manager Sergio Rubio
Diseñadora del Decorado/Set Designer Regina Garcia
Diseñadora de Illuminación/Lighting Designer Maria Cristina Fuste
Diseñador de Vestuario/Costume Designer Neal Vipperman
Gerente de la Empresa/Company Manager Katie Pelkey
Director Técnico/Technical Director Daniel Terry
Técnico Director Asociado/
Associate Technical Director
Joel Schiebout
Artista Escénico/Scenic Artist Sarah Thomson
Asistente del Director de Escena/
Assistant Stage Manager
Ilia Angelene
Supertítulos/Supertitles TBA

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