Real Women Have Curves
Real Women Have Curves is a play about a group of strong women who learn to love themselves as they are. The play highlights the reality of living as a Mexican immigrant, with and without papers, and the exploitation of immigrants in the US.
The sound design of this play is very minimal based off of the script, but the director and designer found n additional character: the radio. Through a combination of effects and special use of speakers in the set, the radio became its own presence onstage.
Written by: Josephina Lopez
Directed by: Adriana Dominguez
Performed in the Wise Family Theatre