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A young woman realizes her dream of visiting with dearly departed relatives in “Luna Mexicana,” Oakland Ballet’s dance and music celebration of the iconic Mexican holiday. This family-friendly show, to be performed in Oakland and Pleasanton next week, is filled with festive dancing, colorful costumes, traditional folk music and, of course, frolicking ghosts and skeletons. “Luna Mexicana” plays 7 p.m. Nov pointe shoe brands for beginners. 1 at the Paramount Theatre, Oakland, with tickets $5-20, and 3 p.m. Nov. 5 at the Amador Theater in Pleasanton, $20-25. http://oaklandballet.org..
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