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Mexicans celebrate New Year's Eve by eating a grape with each of the twelve chimes of a clock's bell during the midnight countdown, while making a wish with each one. Mexican families decorate homes and parties in colors that represent wishes for the upcoming year: red encourages an overall improvement of lifestyle and love, yellow encourages blessings of improved employment conditions, green for improved financial circumstances, and white for improved health. Another tradition is to make a list of all the bad or unhappy events over the past 12 months; before midnight, this list is thrown into a fire, symbolizing the removal of negative energy from the new year At the same time, thanks are expressed for all the good things during the year that is ending so that they will continue in the new year. Read More...
Following the success of "Jesus Christ Superstar", "Pippin" and "CATS" Explayarte is pleased to announce its next production: "Seussical the Musical". The show will be produced as an intensive musical theatre workshop for performers ages 13 and up. Auditions will be held by appointment only January 11 - 13, 2011. Please call 984-859-3201 or 984-859-3203 to reserve your time. Read More...
Coppelia's Ballet School will present "The Nutcracker" on Sunday December 18th at 7pm. in the Plaza 28 de Julio in front of the Palacio Municipal in downtown Playa del Carmen. Don't miss this wonderful holiday tradition! Admission is FREE! Read More...
Ballet Clasico Cancun presents "Dia de Navidad" (Christmas Day)! This festive holiday performance will take place on December 18th at Teatro de Cancun. Read More...
Isla Mujeres will host the 6th annual Caribe Maya Cultural Festival November 16 - 20. The festival will take place in various locations on the island including the Municipal Plaza and Hacienda Mundaca. There will be and live music, theater, dance, art exhibitions, lectures and presentations from the participating artists. More than 300 artists from the Dominican Republic, Colombia, Venezuela, Belize, Honduras, Mexico, among others, will participate in this year's festival with Puerto Rican salsa singer Eddie Santiago as the featured performer. Read More...