University Theatre Productions Presents "Real Women Have Curves"
Contact: Elva Galvan, UTPA Theatre (956) 665-3581
Posted: 04/15/2014
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For its final spring Main Stage production, The University of Texas-Pan American Theatre presents the comedy "Real Women Have Curves," written by Josefina Lopez.

The play will run April 23-26 at 7:30 p.m. and at 2 p.m. on April 27 at the Albert L. Jeffers Theatre in the Arts and Humanities Building (ARHU) located on the corner of University Drive and Sugar Road.

"Real Women Have Curves" is about Ana Garcia, a Mexican American teenager living in a barrio in East Los Angeles trying to balance her mother's traditional view of women with her own contemporary ideas while dealing with self-image issues and exploring a new romantic relationship.

Reserve seating is $12, general admission is $8 and $3 for non-UTPA students with their school ID. UTPA students/faculty/staff receive free admission in general admission seating with a UTPA valid ID plus one free guest.

This production contains language and situations that might be offensive to some audience members, rated PG-13.

No children below the third grade will be admitted. For reservations, group reservations or special accommodations, you may call the University Theatre Box Office at (956) 665-3581.