Singer, actress, and entertainer, Mary Porter, returns this season with, Iconic Songs, in a series of concerts featuring the music of Barbra Streisand, Patsy Cline, Judy Garland and more, starting Friday, Nov. 15 at 7pm. She will be accompanied by Derek Carkner at the piano. On Sunday, Nov. 17, at 3pm, Mary will present, ‘Songs that Inspire’, a special fundraising benefit concert of inspirational songs blended with some ‘good ol’ classic gospel music’. She will again be accompanied by the talented Derek Carkner. Proceeds will benefit the local charity, Aid To Children With Cancer (Puerto Vallarta Rotary Club SUR).
Canadian singer-songwriter-entertainer, Andrew Johns, made his Incanto debut two seasons ago opening to numerous encores and standing ovations! His incredible piano playing is only rivaled by his spot-on vocals, impersonations, comedy, and showmanship. He returns for one show only, Nov. 13 at 7pm.
Singer-songwriter, Stolie, has performed live music all over the world for more than 20 years. Hailing from Chicago originally, her clever, upbeat lyrics and unique style are very popular with audiences. Select Tuesdays starting Nov. 12 at 7:30pm as a ticketed show in the piano bar. And, she, along with Winnipeg’s cabaret & theatrical sweetheart, Kami Desilets, plus international cruise ship dancer & pop sensation, New Jersey’s Hannah Brady, meld some sweet harmonies together for their revival of last season’s hit, ‘Girls Night Out’. Opening night Nov. 18 at 7pm. Tickets are available online at Incanto’s website and box office.
Nicolás Olsina is an Argentine baritone and opera singer. He studied opera with one of the greatest tenors from Argentina, Luis Lima, and has performed the main role from the opera La Traviata – Giuseppe Verdi. He has presented hundreds of opera concerts, starred in musical theatre, and is a member of the Three Tenors Mexico. One night only, Nov. 16 at 7pm in the theatre.
Popular band, Media Luna, returns this season with their high energy performances of flamenco, rock, huapango, originals, and covers. First show Nov. 12 at 7pm. They will alternate weekly on Tuesdays with, Tatewari, playing exceptional flamenco music with vocalist Perla Alarcon. Next show Nov. 19 at 7pm.
Join host Dennis Crow for Incanto’s ongoing Summer Stock Film Series. On Nov. 14 at 3pm, he will present ‘A Chorus Line’ recorded live at New York City Center. On Nov. 21 at 3pm, he will present Stephen Sondheim’s Tony Award-winning Broadway musical, ‘Into The Woods’. All shown in the comfortable theatre on a big screen with state of the art sound.
Tres Aires recently made their Incanto debut to rave reviews. They play Rumba Flamenco, traditional Mexican music, unpublished instrumentals, and Latin American folkloric music. They will perform the next two Fridays, Nov. 15, 22 at 7:30pm in the piano bar. Tickets are available online.
In association with Democrats Abroad, Incanto will present the Democratic Presidential Debate on Nov. 20 at 7pm in the comfortable air-conditioned theatre. Meal and drink service will be available. Seats are non-reserved so early arrival is recommended.
In the Piano Bar…
Joby & Tongo play Latin and American pop/classics. Acoustic guitar and handmade flutes and drums with vocals in English and Spanish. Sundays at 5pm.
Benji Gutierrez at the piano plays ballads, jazz, and more in his unique and popular style. Sundays and Tuesdays at 7:30pm. Wednesdays at 5pm.
On Mondays, starting Nov. 18 at 5pm, singer-songwriter, Mao Zavala, from Mexico City plays Latin American music with a fresh and contemporary touch.
Popular local band, Moruno, will play a variety of Latin beats and Mediterranean Fusion on Monday, Nov. 18 at 7:30pm as a ticketed show. Following shows Dec. 30, Jan. 6.
Bob Bruneau plays selections from The Great American Songbook in ‘Swingin’ Bob at the 88’s’ on Tuesdays at 5pm. Sing along with him around the piano.
Pianist and accompanist, Jean-Guy ‘Jay-Gee’ Comeau, plays ‘Mostly Romantico’ on Thursdays at 5pm. Romantic favorites, smooth classical and jazz, plus Mexican boleros and chansons françaises.
Tracy Parks and Joby Hernandez host Open Mic on Thursdays at 7:30pm in the piano bar. One of Incanto’s most popular nights, it is often a full-house and features locals and visitors from all over the world with a wide range of backgrounds and talent.
Joan Houston, with Bob Bruneau at the piano, star in ‘The Joan Houston Show’ featuring standards and classics from ‘The Great American Songbook’. Fridays at 5pm. Enjoy Happy Hour and two for one from 4-5pm.
Bingo with Pearl is held on Saturdays at 4pm. Prizes include gift certificates, show tickets, and cash. Lots of laughs! Live entertainment by award-winning local dance troupe, Ballet Folklorico Tradiciones.
Pianist Dennis Crow plays many of your favorites on the piano Tues., and Fri.- Sun. 9:30pm. Mondays starting Nov. 18. He loves requests, so bring some friends, gather around the piano and sing along.
Pianist Derek Carkner plays selections from The Canadian Songbook at the piano on Saturdays at 7:30pm. On Wednesdays, at 9:30pm, join him around the piano and sing along to your favorite Broadway show tunes and more!
Hours 4pm-12am Tues.- Sun. Incanto will open on Mondays 4pm-12am starting Nov. 18. Daily Happy Hour features two for one house cocktails, margaritas, and beers 4pm-5pm. Casual dining 5pm-11pm daily. Two for one show tickets for select current shows are available during ‘The Zen Hour’ 4pm-5pm. For more information and online tickets visit their website www.IncantoVallarta.com. Call 322 223 9756 or contact them at [email protected] Located at Insurgentes 109 (at the Rio Cuale).
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