Regina (play)

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Poster from Regina
Music Antonio Calvo
Lyrics Álex Slucki
Book Antonio Velasco Piña

Regina: Un Musical Para Una Nación Que Despierta (Regina: A musical for an awaking nation) is a musical presented in the San Rafael Theater in Mexico. The musical part of the play was composed by Antonio Calvo, with lyrics by Alex Slucki, based on the novel Regina (1987) by Antonio Velasco Piña. This play was performed for the first time on March 21, 2003.


This is the very first time Lucero performed in a play. She accepted the role that was offered by Pablo Perroni, Antonio Calvo and Renato Herrera. Lucero looked the opportunity because she rejected the role of the soap opera Amor real by the director Carla Estrada[1].


Regina was born from the union of Popocatépetl and Iztaccíhuatl volcanoes in the 50s. She was a dakini with supernatural powers inherited by the Dalai Lama, dominated the nature (the rain, the wind, the day, the night, etc.). This was discovered by Tagdra Rimpoche, her mentor, along with the Dalai Lama, upon doing some tests with objects, where she, in a natural way, would choose the same objects that the Dalai Lama had already chosen [2].

Musical Numbers[edit]

  1. Ciudad Inhumana
  2. Digan Por qué
  3. Hechizo de Luna
  4. Lama La
  5. Luz de mi verdad
  6. Viva Regina
  7. La Cárcel China
  8. Gloria
  9. No hay tiempo que perder
  10. Libres
  11. Amanecer
  12. Con un solo pensamiento
  13. Dinos por qué
  14. Mira con los ojos de la esencia


  1. Lucero
  2. Edgar Cañas
  3. Ana Regina Cuarón
  4. Jano
  5. Enrique del Olmo
  6. Danna Paola
  7. José Roberto Pisano
  8. Moisés Suárez
  9. Alejandro Villeli [3]