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Ballet Nepantla presents Mística, a Dia de Muertos production

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In the "Catrina Ball" scene, Andrea Guajardo performs in black lighting with special effects that are captivating!
BALLET NEPANTLA, New York City-based dance company, founded by South Texas native, ANDREA GUAJARDO. Their newest production, Mística ignites the senses and accentuates the cultural significance of Día de Muertos production with extraordinary dance and choreography. Mística honors our ancestors by celebrating our Indigenous, Afro and Hispanic roots. It commemorates traditions of Día de Muertos and transports audiences into the afterlife through unique fusion of ballet Folklorico and contemporary dance. Mística tells stories of the ancients through new renditions of El Venado, Viejitos, and other favorites. New stories emerge as the dead come back to life in a celebratory way.

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