SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — Oakland Ballet Company is putting on ‘Luna Mexicana’ at the Paramount Theatre on Nov. 5-6. — just in time for the annual celebration of Dia De Los Muertos.

The program includes a Ballet Folklorico and Aztec dance. CBSN Bay Area talked to Artistic Director Graham Lustig about what else patrons can expect to see at the show.

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“We have beautiful ofrendas (home altars) designed by local artists in the lobby and people sometimes choose to come in their full Day of the Dead attire,” he said. “So it’s a really festive occasion.”

Abel Guillen, chair of the Luna Mexicana committee, helped make the show happen after Lustig came to him with the idea.

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“I think it’s a way of expressing our beautiful culture and it’s a gift to the rest of the community,” he said. “We really share the bonds of humanity with one another. This is really a production that binds our community together.”

Tickets for the show are available on Ticketmaster or through the Paramount Theatre box office.

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Show times are Nov. 5 at 7 p.m. and Nov.6 at 2 p.m.