Fallecen el mismo día los primeros actores mexicanos: Yolanda Mérida y Julio Alemán

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Problemas de salud diferentes hicieron que los primeros actores mexicanos, Yolanda Mérida y Julio Alemán dijeran adiós a los escenarios terrenales este miércoles 11 de abril, para comenzar nuevos proyectos escénicos, de cine, o de televisión, e incluso de doblaje, pero en otra dimensión.

Sin duda, dos primeras figuras del arte histriónico, cuyas trayectorias fueron muy vastas en experiencias y aprendizaje.

BWW Mexico hará más adelante un recuento de la trayectoria de cada uno de ellos.

Mientras tanto, la familia BroadwayWorld.com expresa sus condolencias a familiares y amigos de la Sra. Mérida y del Sr. Alemán.

Descansen en paz.




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Clemente Sanchez Since he was 5 years old, Clemente has been a faithful admirer of theater. His preference has always leaned towards musicals, enjoying the wide range of creative possibilities this genre offers to the work of its kind. Clemente participated in several school amateur productions and while studying his Bachelor Degree in Communication at the Anahuac University, he had the opportunity to collaborate as a Theater commentator in a radio program 620 AM during a year and a half.

Currently, he has had the opportunity to touch base once again with Radio Anahuac Station (Anahuac University–Mexico) online and 1670 AM participating with the program Behind the Scenes (Tras Bambalinas) teaming up with Ana Blanes. Mr. Sanchez manages theatrical culture blogs: Mundo de Teatro-Mexico by ClemenTeatro and Tras Bambalinas. He has generated tools to bring these programs closer to our popular social networks: blogs, twitter, Facebook, among others. Within his personal collection he has 500 play programs and over 600 original cast recordings (versions in Spanish, English and other languages). Clemente Sanchez is in a constant challenge of contributing in building a theatrical culture.