The Classic Latinx Coming-of-Age Literature About Self Identity and Belonging
Latino Cultural Center | 2600 Live Oak, Dallas, Tx, 75204
Esperanza’s story is the experience of so many Mexican-American girls during the stage of life between childhood and adolescence. We see her rush into the innocent games, fantasies and friendships of childhood, yet she begins to become conscious of the dangers and contradictions of being a young women living in the barrio. Esperanza tries to make sense of her place in the world while observing the lives of the women around her and decides her life is going to be different.
This bilingual production runs approximately 135 minutes with one 15 minute intermission.
This play contains a brief moment of suggested sexual violence.
If you have any concerns about content or age-appropriateness, please call the Box Office at 214-516-0706.
Recommended for ages 13 and up.
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