Convergences Theatre Collective presents "Celebrate Oaxaca"! Día de Muertos Online
Convergences Theatre Collective; Created by Jeremy Williams in collaboration with Jorge Luis Ruiz
Celebrate Día de Muertos Oaxaca style through an interactive creative and cultural experience on Zoom!
We invite you to take a virtual journey to the heart of Mexico for Día de Muertos! We'll be exploring traditions with three incredible artists from Oaxaca. Together we’ll be creating makeup designs, poetry, and learning how to celebrate Día de Muertos from your home, Oaxaca style! Discover the magical and mystical celebration of Día de Muertos!
The event is hosted in English. Spanish version is available for private events. Email CTC for more information: Email CTC
- Geovanni Domínguez, Makeup & Body Paint Artist
- Jorge Luis Ruiz, Singer & Actor
- Rodrigo Vargas, Actor, Writer, & TV Host
- Created by Jeremy Williams in collaboration with the featured artists.
Celebrate Oaxaca! is an international celebration of the artistic and cultural expression from Oaxaca including ingenious, traditional, and contemporary practitioners, creators, and ambassadors. We can share the rich artistic and cultural experiences from Oaxaca with an international audience who are excited to experience the magic that is Oaxaca in-person and online. Celebrate Oaxaca is a project of Convergences Theatre Collective and created by Jeremy Williams in collaboration with Jorge Luis Ruiz.
$25 Admit One: for one participate to join the event
$40 Admit Two: for two people in the same location to participate in the event together
$50 Small Group: for three - five people in the same location to participate in the event together
Following your ticket purchase you will receive a confirmation email with the link to join the Zoom room. You'll receive a second email with our Travel Guide. The guide includes a list of items you'll need to bring on our journey.
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