Tickets are now on sale at Incanto’s website and box office for the Opening Night performance of the international off-Broadway musical hit, Naked Boys Singing!, Oct. 31 at 7 pm. This campy American Vaudeville-style musical comedy revue is celebrating a phenomenal twenty-year run. Directed by Robert Schrock, the original creator, it features a cast of six actors who sing and dance au-natural, with music direction by David Troy Francis. The all-Latino ensemble features actors/singers Max Albertos, Mitchell Guzman, Joby Hernandez, Tonny Kenneth, Fidel Rebolledo, and Renzo Sotelo. Additional performance dates to be announced soon. Visit Incanto’s website for tickets and more information. And in case it isn’t totally clear by now, this show contains nudity.
Jazz, blues and classic favorites from ‘The Great American Songbook’ returns to Fridays at 5pm in the piano bar with ‘The Joan Houston Show’. Joan will be accompanied by pianist Dennis Crow on Sept. 28. Bob Bruneau returns to accompanying her beginning Friday, Oct. 5th.
Paco Ojeda hosts Dinner & Movie on Tuesdays at 7pm. There are a variety of classic films presented and a special dinner menu offered in the air-conditioned theatre. You can find more information and tickets at Incanto’s website.
Award-winning director Ramiro Daniel (Princessas Desesperadas) presents his stage production of ‘El Grito’ for a limited run. Presented in Spanish, it’s the story of an unemployed local woman who, from her own unique perspective, explores Mexico’s history, connecting the most notable historical events leading up to the present day, and forecasting the future of the nation that is full of challenges in a mixture of comedy and drama. Final performances Sept. 28, 29 at 8pm.
Local Artist Armando Reyes will present his ‘Life Drawing’ Art Workshops on a new day, Wednesdays, at 8pm in the theatre. Art supplies will be provided or you are welcome to bring your own. There will be a nude male model and the artist will share his knowledge and techniques and provide input and feedback in a collaborative, relaxed atmosphere. Beginners welcome! Your first drink is included. Visit Incanto’s website for more information.
Cheko Ruiz presents his popular show, ‘The Music of The Gipsy Kings’, on Sundays at 8pm in the theater with several new musicians. The group now includes Zoe Wood, Danny Renteria, and Emmanuel de la Rosa.
Two Happy Hours daily 4-6pm and 10pm-close. ‘The Zen Hour’ features soft music and 2×1 tickets offered on select shows 4-5pm daily in the piano bar.
For more information and online tickets visit www.IncantoVallarta.com. No cover in the piano bar. Current hours are 4pm-11:30pm Tues.- Sun. Casual dining is available 4pm-11pm on two riverside terraces and in the air-conditioned piano bar. Riverside breakfast service resumes October 15th. Happy Hour 4-6pm and 10pm-close. Contact them at Incantopv@gmail.com. Located at Insurgentes 109 (at the Rio Cuale). Call 322 223 9756 for reservations.