REAL WOMEN HAVE CURVES at the Pasadena Playhouse

Photo by Philicia Endelman

Margaret Gray – LA Times

No Prince Charming — or any other man, for that matter — appears onstage in the revival of “Real Women Have Curves” at the Pasadena Playhouse.

Nevertheless Josefina López’s crowd-pleasing play is a Cinderella story, with a touchingly pure faith in the power of a makeover. Read more…

Jonas Schwartz –  TheaterMania

Real Women Have Curves, Josefina López’s reflection on the plight of garment workers in Los Angeles, began its life in 1990 at the Mission Cultural Center in San Francisco. Based on Lopez’s experiences becoming a legal U.S. resident, the play was adapted into a Sundance Award-winning film in 2002. Now, to mark its 25th anniversary, López has updated her original play for modern times at Pasadena Playhouse.  Read more…

Now running through Oct 4.