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Rositas Day of the Dead This was an entertaining performance it sent a real message under the guise of a humorous diversion from reality into the perceived or believed world of the previously living otherwise known as calacas or the bony ones The main character Rosita is originally from Mexico she has since moved far from her birthplace and her family not as far geographically but certainly worlds away emotionally As the story opens we hear a calaca say levantase We then see calacas coming from every direction into Rositas kitchen lively music plays as they seem to discover that they can touch solid objects without passing through them Some carry suitcases one sits down and drinks a cup of coffee another seems fascinated with a sugar dispenser As sunlight comes they quickly scurry away out of sight Now as at other times one is a little slower than the others and narrowly escapes discovery We get a taste of Rositas sassy side when she greets the customer from Clovis who becomes part of the audience thus signifying in my view that the character is not as significant as the reason why she is there Was this really an actor or merely a patron of the theatre tapped to be our customer because of the seat she chose Rosita tells her story to the customer the story of her day of the dead Of course the story would not be complete without snippets of background which she provides to the customer and thus to the audience Marisabel Rositas granddaughter bounds in with the revelation that she has spoken to her dead grandmother Rosita doesnt really seem to believe her until Marisabel speaks her grandmothers name It is then that the series of strange happenings is revealed to us the nail shop the travel agency the produce delivery person and the trip to the afterlife Mictlan The nail shop incident in which Rosita is told
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