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Reading of ‘Real Women Have Curves’ Free and Open to the Public

The UA Little Rock Department of World Languages will present a stage reading of “Real Women Have Curves” on Wednesday, April 20, at 6 p.m in the Stella Boyle Smith Performance Hall in the Fine Arts Building.

The play, written by Josefina López, is centered around five Mexican-American women who work in a sewing factory in East Los Angeles, California. The comedy is told from the perspective of Ana, the youngest of the five, who dreams of going to college and becoming a writer.

The play is free and open to the public, and will be performed by students in the U.S. Latino Literature and Cultures class.

For more information regarding this event, visit this website.

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