Incanto celebrates the season with Holiday Shows

///Incanto celebrates the season with Holiday Shows

Incanto celebrates the season with Holiday Shows

Incanto Celebrates the Season with Bohemia Viva, Andrew Johns, Paco Ojeda, Vanessa Amaro and Dwight Blake

December 18, 2017. Puerto Vallarta, México. Paco Ojeda on Music presents Desert Island Bossa Nova on Friday, Dec. 22 at 4pm. Another in his popular music lecture series featuring the Brazilian groove that took the world by storm during the 1950s and 1960s. He will also present ‘Liberace, Oh my! A Tribute to Mr. Showmanship’ on Christmas Day at 7pm, starring Incanto pianist Salvatore Rodriguez playing the music of the iconic performer. These events are always entertaining and informative.

‘A Very Bohemia Viva Christmas’ variety show will play one night only on Saturday, Dec. 23 at 6:30pm. Special Guests include Paco Ojeda, Opera Soprano Vanessa Amaro, Tracy Parks and Alain Perreault. The audience will be invited to ‘sing-a-long’ to their favorite holiday music, presented in both English and Spanish. Bohemia Viva continues to present their weekly show, Kaleidoscope, on Wednesdays at 6:30pm. Watch for their all-new show The Sound Garden debuting Jan. 10 at 6:30pm.

Opera singer/soprano Vanessa Amaro presents, ‘Heavenly Hits’, accompanied on piano by Jean-Guy Comeau on Dec. 28 at 4pm. This will be a very special evening featuring a variety of classical, opera, holiday and contemporary music.

Andrew Johns is a keyboardist, singer/songwriter. He has worked in Corporate Entertainment for the likes of IBM, TaylorMade Golf and Ferrari, just to name a few. He has traveled the world performing his one man show, featuring the music of Elton John, Billy Joel and Queen. He recently recorded at Abbey Road Studios in London, finishing up the latest album of his band ‘Boulevard’. Andrew continues to write and record, and is truly an electrifying performer blending high-energy music and comedy. He makes his Incanto debut Dec. 26 & 27 at 9:30pm.

Join the New Year’s Eve Celebration – Dinner & Show at Incanto starting at 5pm with Dennis Crow on piano. Two dinner seatings (7pm & 8:15pm) with entertainment by The Red Suitcases band starting at 7:30pm. Vallarta showman Dwight Blake will perform at 10pm in the main theater, featuring 70s & 80s Disco, followed by an after party and celebratory toast at midnight. Prepaid reservations are requested. Visit Buy Tickets Now on Incanto’s website.  

World-class Violinist Diego Mondragon will do two special concerts featuring local musicians including Eduardo Leon, Zoe Wood, Mimi Ramirez and more on Jan. 2 & 7 at 7pm. Check Incanto’s website for more details and tickets.

Coming in January are two shows featuring the music of Adele and Queen with all-live vocals. Singer Angela Seeger performs many Adele favorites for one night only, Jan. 9 at 9:30pm. A backup singer for the iconic group Heart, she’s got amazing vocals and her rendition of the mega star’s hits are spot-on. For one night only, Jan. 24 at 9:30pm, Johnny Zatylny plays Freddie Mercury in his one-man show featuring the hits of Queen. His voice has a similar range as Freddie Mercury’s, and his vocal technique exhibits the excellent rhythm, smooth phrasing and stamina the late star is famous for.

Hit stage comedy Buyer & Cellar is now playing for a limited run through Dec. 28. Starring César Bravo and directed by Alain Perreault, it’s an outrageous comedy about an underemployed actor who goes to work in Barbra Streisand’s Malibu, Calif., basement. “Hilarious! Beyond brilliant. This show will go down like butta!” — Entertainment Weekly.

‘Greater Tuna’, starring Ron Spencer and Tracy Parks is now playing. With over twenty characters played by just two actors with forty-two costume changes, it’s a wild, fun ride to smalltown Tuna, TX, chock-full of hilarious comedy.

Jean-Guy Comeau plays piano on Mondays and Thursdays 5-7pm. Joby Hernandez sings and plays guitar on Mondays at 7:30pm and on Wednesdays at 5pm. Stolie plays ‘Acoustic Tuesdays’ for Happy Hour at 5pm. Latcho and Andrea: The Blond Gypsies play select Tuesdays at 7pm in the cabaret theater. Tongo plays Latin/Cuban rhythms on his handmade instruments on Tuesdays at 7:30pm. The Red Suitcases band plays on Sundays and Wednesdays at 7:30pm. Open Mic is on Thursdays at 7:30pm co-hosted by Tracy Parks and Beverly Fairfax with Luis Villanueva. ‘The Joanie Show’ starring Joan Houston with Bob Bruneau plays on Fridays at 5pm. Hannah Brady sings jazz/blues Fridays 7-9pm accompanied by Adel on piano. Singer/guitarist Gabriel Reyes plays on Fridays at 9pm and Saturdays at 10pm. Bingo With Pearl is held on Saturdays at 4pm. Media Luna band plays Saturdays at 7:30pm. Pearl’s Gurlz Drag Revue plays on select Saturdays at 9:30pm. Pianist Dennis Crow plays standards and showtunes on Sundays at 5pm and 10pm and on Wednesdays at 10pm. Salsa dancing/lessons with instructor Francisco Ledezma is on Sundays at 8pm on the upper terrace.

Tickets are available at www.IncantoVallarta.com with no online fees. Box Office hours are 9am to 11:30pm daily. Casual dining is always available with Salvatore playing piano mornings starting at 10am. Happy Hour 2-6pm daily. Contact General Manager Gilberto Figueroa for group and special event bookings at gilberto.incanto@gmail.com. Incanto is located at Insurgentes 109 (at the Rio Cuale). Call 322 223 9756 for reservations

By | 2017-12-19T10:30:48-05:00 December 19th, 2017|Cabaret Shows/Reviews|

About the Author:

Timothy Ray Wilson – publisher A native of Seneca, South Carolina, Tim obtained a finance degree from Clemson University before spending 25 years in banking, real estate, finance and marketing. He retired to Puerto Vallarta in 2008 and co-founded GAYPV magazine two years later. As a member of the North America Travel Journalists Association, Tim writes for national and international media outlets promoting Puerto Vallarta as Mexico’s premiere LGBT travel destination. Through his involvement as a founding member of Vallarta Gay Pride, Tim served on the organization’s marketing steering committee for the first several years.

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