"Jaime Lozano & La Familia" to play Mexico City's Teatro Milán
Accompanied by local theatre stars, the two-night concert series will feature Jaime's return to Mexico with the songs he's been performing in NYC venues.
Mexico City's Teatro Milán will host two nights of "Jaime Lozano & La Familia", a special concert featuring Jaime's songs from his album "Songs by an Immigrant" and other projects like "A Never-Ending Line". Jaime will be joined by his frequent NYC collaborators- his wife, Florencia Cuenca, and Get on Your Feet's Mauricio Martínez for these two performances on June 7th and 8th on the Mexico City venue at 8:45 P.M.
These concerts will feature the performances, of various just-announced local stars: Aitza Terán (Cathy in The Last Five Years and Nala in The Lion King), Andrés Elvira (Enjolras in Les Misérables), Carmen Sarahí (Elsa in Latin America's "Frozen" dub), Dai Liparoti (Mimi in Rent, Eponine in Les Misérables), Diego Medel (Jamie in The Last Five Years), Gloria Aura (Minnie en Hello Dolly!, Sophie in Mamma Mia!, Wednesday in The Addams Family), Jerry Velazquez (Gabe/Henry in Next To Normal, Aladdin in Latin America's live action dub), Leo Bono (Guillermo/Chakas in Hoy No Me Puedo Levantar), Marisol Meneses, María Elisa Gallegos (Rizzo in Grease, Patricia in Hoy No Me Puedo Levantar), Mauricio Hernández (Tino in El Último Teatro del Mundo), and Broadway's and current Mexico City's Aladdin, Rodney Ingram.
Some of these artists have collaborated with Jaime on the recording and workshopping of previous projects like A Never-Ending Line but they will now all come together to bring life to Jaime's new stories that have been influenced by his latest years as an immigrant in New York City finding his place and family in American musical theater.