Garry Marshall Theatre is proud to present Josefina López’s coming of age comedy “Real Women Have Curves” as the first production opening its second season. This new production of the iconic Latina story that inspired the Sundance award-winning film of the same name, is set in present day and features script updates that tackle issues women face today, making it as relevant now as it was when first written in 1988. The production runs from Oct. 12 through Nov. 18.
This production is led by an all-woman team, from the playwright López and director Mary Jo DuPrey, to the production designers and stage manager.
Tickets start at $52 and are available for purchase on September 14. Season ticket packages begin at $180 and can be purchased by calling the Garry Marshall Theatre box office at 818-955-8101 or by visiting. “Real Women Have Curves” is produced by special arrangement with Dramatic Publishing.