Lorena Meeser

Lorena Meeser
regional managing editor - Mexico

Lorena Meeser studied Mass Media & Communication at the Iberoamericana University in Mexico City. She studied theatre in Mexico, London and New York. She started Visión Empresarial Querétaro magazine to promote Mexico nationally and internationally in various sectors: tourism, theatre, industry, business, diplomacy, government and education. It is the only Queretan magazine in English and Spanish with international reach. She has made thematic magazines of several countries: Colombia, Chile, Brazil, Germany, Italy, Holland, Spain, Ireland, India, Finland, Thailand, Russia, Japan, Korea, Singapore, Canada, Saudi Arabia, and Marroco. Since the beginning of the publication, the magazine won several awards from national and international governments. Lorena has been invited to India, the United States, Thailand, Singapore and Germany to publish reports of their main tourist destinations in order to promote them in Mexico.  Lorena has been writing theatrical critiques for over 25 years for many publications, including Novedades, a.m. of Querétaro, El Universal, Maxwell, La Costa, MAS Advertising, Creative Concept, Side X Side, Tecamachalco Magazine, Polanco Magazine, Destinos del Aire, Speed & Luxury, Medical News and Tour. Nowadays she has a theatre section at the magazine Visión Empresarial Querétaro. She has also done a several newscasts with the section "De Vivencia en Vivencia" narrating travel experiences and making informative caps on theatre, tourism and gastronomy.  She was President of the World Association of Women Journalists and Writers and coordinated the publication of the book Memoria de lo diverso a 16 voces. Lorena has given lectures on theatre at various educational institutions such as Instituto Tecnológico de Monterrey, Universidad Autónoma de Querétaro and Universidad del Valle de Mexico, among many others.  Currently, she is writing her first novel, Mujeres Amad.

“Privacy:” The Impact Of The Digital Revolution On Private Life

Inspired by the Edward Snowden case, James Graham’s Privacy shows us the consequences of living life online where everything we share can be used by governments and corporations that monitor our information without being aware of it. Written by James Graham and Josie Rourke, it was launched in London in 2014, and then it was performed in New York in 2016, with Daniel Radcliffe in the leading role. Nowadays it is performing in Mexico City starring Diego Luna and Luis Gerardo Méndez, who alternate roles, along with eight actors on stage, in a magnificent multimedia production directed by Francisco Franco,...

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“A Special Day” by Ettore Scola-Pure Theatrical Plot

A Special Day is based on the 1977 film Una Giornata Particolare by Ettore Scola, starring Sophia Loren and Marcelo Mastroianni. It was adapted to the theater in 1983 by Scola himself and since then it has performed in different stages around the world. It is currently showing in Mexico City and touring around the country with great success, performed by Edith González and Luis Felipe Tovar. The action takes place on May 6, 1938, a celebration day for fascist Italy, which turns to the reception of Adolf Hitler on his first visit to Rome to meet Benito Mussolini. Almost...

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“When There Were Grenades In November” At Casa Musa In Monterrey

Leticia Huijara’s theatrical piece When There Were Grenades In November is being presented at Casa Musa, in Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico, under the direction of Carlos Gueta and with the hilarious performances of Vicky de la Piedra and Ivancho Esquivel. This play won the dramaturgy prize “Víctor Hugo Rascón Banda” in 2014. This magnificent “mise-en-scene” gives us a glance of one of the most painful criminal realities in Mexico’s present-days: kidnapping, the practice of organized crime that has caused many families to experience harrowing situations and also shows a symptom of the political, economic, social, and cultural problems of...

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“Julius Caesar”: Ambition, Power, Death, Freedom, and Hypocrisy.

Icaro Compañía Teatral in Mexico presents Julius Caesar the adaptation of the work of William Shakespeare, which tells the story of the Roman Emperor after ending the war with Pompey, when Caesar reaches the power and on his hands is the weight of an entire empire, causing it to fall the Republic. Casio and Brutus, two nobles who defend freedom, will conjure to end the life of the totalitarian leader just two years after Caesar reaches the glory. It will be Marco Antonio, with a speech loaded with hypocrisy and demagogy, that tries to calm the masses, who cry against...

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