Mexico. The musical theater play José el soñador was re-released in its second stage last Friday night in CDMX, and Kalimba, its protagonist, became a sea of tears for the success of it.
Hundreds of people came to see the play José el soñador, this time starring Kalimba, and according to some media reports, the cast was excited by its success.
Kalimba could not shed several tears of how excited he was and thanked the audience at the end of the staging for their attendance and he was quite emotional.
Kalimba, a member of the musical group OV7 and who is also a solo singer, used to play the role of Pharaoh, but now he plays José, a young man who has the gift of interpreting dreams.
José the dreamer was presented at the Teatro I Cultural Centerand in addition to Kalimba, the other actors participating in the work were applauded, including Erik Rubín and Fela Domínguez, as well as the producer Alejandro Gou.
“Family, colleagues, infinite thanks for that beautiful applause in recognition, they really made me cry,” Kalimba expressed, which would earn him an applause from the public for him and the entire production.
José el soñador, second stage, raised the curtain with a new energy and met the expectations of the public that did not stop applauding from beginning to end, it is also highlighted in various media.
Who was also happy and proud of his work is Erik Rubín, as he publicly pointed out that when he was a child, José el soñador was the first play he saw, also in the theater where he appeared on this occasion.
Erik, in the Pharaoh number, paid homage to the so-called King of Rock and Roll, Elvis Presley, and sported thick hair and sideburns as well.
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Several celebrities paraded on the red carpet of the play, including Norma Lazareno, Manuel Landeta, Andrea Legarreta, Maca Carriedo and Mary Paz Banquells.
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