Cleveland Public Theatre’s Día de Muertos (The Day of the Dead) celebration

PHOTO BY GREG ROSENBERG

Saturday, October 29, 2022; Cleveland Public Theatre’s Día de Muertos (The Day of the Dead) celebration, W. 62nd and Detroit Avenue: Participants in the celebration honor the memory of those who have passed – in this case – with a trombone.

PHOTO BY GREG ROSENBERG

Saturday, October 29, 2022; Cleveland Public Theatre’s Día de Muertos (The Day of the Dead) celebration, W. 62nd and Detroit Avenue: Parading in purple, this participant in Día de Muertos honors the memory of a friend or relative.

PHOTO BY GREG ROSENBERG

Saturday, October 29, 2022; Cleveland Public Theatre’s Día de Muertos (The Day of the Dead) celebration, W. 62nd and Detroit Avenue: This feathered woman reminds us that Día de Muertos is a day of celebration of culture and tradition in memory of those that have passed.

PHOTO BY GREG ROSENBERG

Saturday, October 29, 2022; Cleveland Public Theatre’s Día de Muertos (The Day of the Dead) celebration, W. 62nd and Detroit Avenue: This woman dons butterfly like wings in memory of a friend or relative who has passed.

PHOTO BY GREG ROSENBERG

Saturday, October 29, 2022; Cleveland Public Theatre’s Día de Muertos (The Day of the Dead) celebration, W. 62nd and Detroit Avenue: This woman dons a traditional Aztec headdress during the Día de Muertos parade.

PHOTO BY GREG ROSENBERG

Saturday, October 29, 2022; Cleveland Public Theatre’s Día de Muertos (The Day of the Dead) celebration, W. 62nd and Detroit Avenue: A woman displays her decorative dress as she joins in the Día de Muertos parade through the neighborhood.

PHOTO BY GREG ROSENBERG

Saturday, October 29, 2022; Cleveland Public Theatre’s Día de Muertos (The Day of the Dead) celebration, W. 62nd and Detroit Avenue: Young women march in traditional Aztec dress in honor their ancestors.

PHOTO BY GREG ROSENBERG

Saturday, October 29, 2022; Cleveland Public Theatre’s Día de Muertos (The Day of the Dead) celebration, W. 62nd and Detroit Avenue:  This woman marches in the Día de Muertos parade. Marchers often wear clothing or jewelry from friends or relatives who have passed.

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