A Night with the Dead
This play by Spanish director Paloma de Vega tackles the origins of the “Día de los Muertos” Mexican holiday, and how one girl changed The Afterlife.
In a world where death is considered taboo, Catrina, a Mexican girl, defies society’s rules to find out where our loved ones go when they die. The Kraine Theater hosts the world premiere of Martha Lorena Preve Ayora’s A Night With the Dead, directed by Paloma de Vega Centenera.
De Vega is a Spanish dancer, actress, singer and choreographer. She studied at the Real Conservatorio Superior de Danza in Madrid and the New York Film Academy. Recent credits include Jesus Christ Superstar with The World Voice Ensemble and The Miracle of Christmas.