Day of the Dead: truly an international holiday

Day of the Dead: truly an international holiday

Day of the Dead: truly an international holiday
Día de los Muertos is truly an international holiday.
Although Mexico’s celebration is full of color and fun, the main concept of
honoring deaths is seen
throughout the world!
For the festivities in Guatemala, they make and consume Fiambre, a traditional
salad that consists of their deceased loved one’s favorite foods. In the Philipines,
the holiday is called Undas and it is treated more as a family reunion. In some
European countries, this occasion is called All Saints Day and in countries
like Italy, Spain, and Portugal, families travel to the cemeteries and graves
of their loved ones with flowers in hand. 
However you and your family intend to
celebrate Día de los Muertos,
there truly is no shortage of traditions that are observed throughout the
world. Whether you go fly a giant kite
(Guatemala), take flowers to a loved one’s grave, or
are just in the mood to celebrate, be sure to make Milagro Theatre part of
this year’s celebration!
Opening night is here and what better way
to celebrate than with a play that merges Shakespeare and Día de los Muertos at Milagro!
Join Director Olga Sanchez,
and the cast and crew as they delve into the
unique mix of the eclectic heroines of Shakespeare and the vibrant style of Dia de los Muertos. As always,
Milagro’s Day of the Dead celebration is full of
irreverence, music and fun for all ages!

Get your tickets for the opening weekend
by calling 503-236-7253 or just click here!

Get your tickets for the opening weekend by calling 503-236-7253 or just click here!