Currently at Incanto Vallarta

Jul
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The Joan Houston Show @ Incanto
Jul 19 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
The Joan Houston Show @ Incanto

Sultry singer and entertainer Joan Houston (cousin of the late Whitney Houston) stars in ‘The Joan Houston Show’ on Fridays at 5pm with Bob Bruneau at the piano. Favorites from ‘The Great American Songbook’ and lots of laughs. No cover.

Summer Stock: Love Never Dies (Phantom Sequel) @ Incanto Vallarta
Jul 19 @ 7:15 pm – 10:00 pm
Summer Stock: Love Never Dies (Phantom Sequel) @ Incanto Vallarta

Love Never Dies is a romantic musical composed by Andrew Lloyd Webber with lyrics by Glenn Slater and a book by Lloyd Webber, Ben Elton, Frederick Forsyth, and Slater. It is a sequel to the long-running musical The Phantom of the Opera and was loosely adapted from Forsyth’s novel The Phantom of Manhattan (1999).

The plot is not based on the storyline in the original book by Gaston Leroux. Lloyd Webber stated: “I don’t regard this as a sequel—it’s a stand-alone piece.” He later clarified: “Clearly, it is a sequel, but I really do not believe that you have to have seen Phantom of the Opera to understand Love Never Dies.” Glenn Slater subsequently explained that Lloyd Webber “didn’t view it as a sequel as much as ‘a second story with these characters'”. The musical is set in 1907, which Lloyd Webber states is “ten years roughly after the end of the original Phantom“, although the events of the original actually took place in 1881.

In the show, Christine Daaé is invited by Oscar Hammerstein I for her American debut, until an anonymous impresario contracts her to perform at Phantasma, a new attraction on Coney Island. With her husband Raoul and son Gustave in tow, she journeys to Brooklyn, unaware that it is actually “The Phantom” who has arranged her appearance in the popular beach resort.

Although Lloyd Webber began working on Love Never Dies in 1990, it was not until 2007 that he began writing the music. The show opened at the Adelphi Theatre in London’s West End on 9 March 2010, with previews from 22 February 2010. It was originally directed by Jack O’Brien and choreographed by Jerry Mitchell, but the show closed for four days in November 2010 for substantial re-writes, which were overseen by Lloyd Webber, and it re-opened with new direction from Bill Kenwright. Set and costume designs were by Bob Crowley. The original London production received mostly negative reviews, but a subsequent Australian production featuring an entirely new design team and heavy revisions was generally better received, although the show finally closed with heavy discounting to tickets. A planned Broadway production, which was to have opened simultaneously with the West End run, was canceled, the amount of negative press having deterred potential backers.

Dinner and Drinks are optionally available at additional cost.

There will be one (1) 10-minute break.

Zoe & Leon @ Incanto
Jul 19 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Zoe & Leon @ Incanto

 

ZOE & LEON

Singer-songwriters Zoe Wood and Eduardo Leon play Nuevo Flamenco, swing, jazz, and Latin covers/originals. and Cuban rhythms now with Danny Renteria on percussion. Zoe also mixes in backstories and interesting information about the songs. They will also welcome special guest musicians to join them throughout the season. No cover.

 

 

Dennis Crow @ incanto Vallarta
Jul 19 @ 9:30 pm – 11:30 pm
Dennis Crow @ incanto Vallarta

DENNIS CROW, PIANO – 9:30 PM
SING ALONG TO YOUR FAVORITES! – Best of Broadway, Standards, and as Tracy says “Anything else at least 30 years old”

Jul
20
Sat
Loteria @ Incanto
Jul 20 @ 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Loteria @ Incanto

Join us on the third Saturday of each month for Loteria with Renzo as ‘Mariachito’ and Max as Frida Kahlo. Often called the “Mexican Bingo’, players match pictures of Spanish terms in different patterns. Great prizes, drink specials, live entertainment, and lots of laughs! Proceeds benefit local organizations. Requested donation 100 pesos for one Loteria card and three cards for 200 pesos.

Aaron & Benji @ Incanto
Jul 20 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Aaron & Benji @ Incanto
Aaron & Benji

Two local musicians who are well-respected for their individual talents join for a new show on Saturdays in the piano bar. Aaron Hernandez and Benji Gutierrez will play a fusion of ballads, Bossa Nova, Latin rhythms and more! No cover.

Princesas Deseperadas @ Incanto
Jul 20 @ 8:30 pm – 10:00 pm
Princesas Deseperadas @ Incanto

 

Princesas Desesperadas Returns This Summer!

Perro Bravo Productions returns to Puerto Vallarta this summer with the Spanish adapted version of Tomas Ustusasteguis comedy, Princesas Desesperadas.

Under the clever supervision of multi-award winner, director Ramiro Daniel, and with the participation of award-winning actors Juan Pablo Hernandez, Juan Carlos Ramirez, Cesar Trujillo, and Cesar Bravo, Princesas Desesperadas is a fast-paced comedy that tells the story of four Disney Princesses who get together fifteen years after their happily ever afters. None of them is happy that they are not yet queens, and the sharp vaudeville-esque comedy quickly puts the audience in a voyeuristic situation as each character become unraveled as they peel off the tragedy of their lives piece by piece, drawing the spectators into a very private conversation amongst women; a conversation not meant to be heard by anyone else. Presented in Spanish.

Princesas Desesperadas began in Puerto Vallarta in 2014, and has enjoyed overwhelming success ever since, playing to nearly three thousand people and receiving accolades from the media and the public. Pero Bravos co-founder Cesar Bravo says those who have seen this joyful production have become ardent very ardent fans, with some having seen the production seven times!

Dennis Crow @ incanto Vallarta
Jul 20 @ 9:30 pm – 11:30 pm
Dennis Crow @ incanto Vallarta

DENNIS CROW, PIANO – 9:30 PM
SING ALONG TO YOUR FAVORITES! – Best of Broadway, Standards, and as Tracy says “Anything else at least 30 years old”

Jul
21
Sun
Joby & Tongo @ Incanto
Jul 21 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Joby & Tongo @ Incanto

Singer-songwriters Joby Hernandez and Tongo play acoustic guitar, handmade flutes, and drums and sing in English and Spanish. Joby has a beautiful voice, as does Tongo, and the two of them together… magic! Join us. Happy Hour 2X1 4-6p. No cover.

 

Benji Gutierrez, Piano @ Incanto
Jul 21 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
Benji Gutierrez, Piano @ Incanto

Pianist Benji Gutierrez plays many of your favorites at the piano in his unique and popular style. Standards, jazz, and classics. Now every Sunday! No cover.

Don’t Miss

Jul
19
Fri
Summer Stock: Love Never Dies (Phantom Sequel) @ Incanto Vallarta
Jul 19 @ 7:15 pm – 10:00 pm
Summer Stock: Love Never Dies (Phantom Sequel) @ Incanto Vallarta

Love Never Dies is a romantic musical composed by Andrew Lloyd Webber with lyrics by Glenn Slater and a book by Lloyd Webber, Ben Elton, Frederick Forsyth, and Slater. It is a sequel to the long-running musical The Phantom of the Opera and was loosely adapted from Forsyth’s novel The Phantom of Manhattan (1999).

The plot is not based on the storyline in the original book by Gaston Leroux. Lloyd Webber stated: “I don’t regard this as a sequel—it’s a stand-alone piece.” He later clarified: “Clearly, it is a sequel, but I really do not believe that you have to have seen Phantom of the Opera to understand Love Never Dies.” Glenn Slater subsequently explained that Lloyd Webber “didn’t view it as a sequel as much as ‘a second story with these characters'”. The musical is set in 1907, which Lloyd Webber states is “ten years roughly after the end of the original Phantom“, although the events of the original actually took place in 1881.

In the show, Christine Daaé is invited by Oscar Hammerstein I for her American debut, until an anonymous impresario contracts her to perform at Phantasma, a new attraction on Coney Island. With her husband Raoul and son Gustave in tow, she journeys to Brooklyn, unaware that it is actually “The Phantom” who has arranged her appearance in the popular beach resort.

Although Lloyd Webber began working on Love Never Dies in 1990, it was not until 2007 that he began writing the music. The show opened at the Adelphi Theatre in London’s West End on 9 March 2010, with previews from 22 February 2010. It was originally directed by Jack O’Brien and choreographed by Jerry Mitchell, but the show closed for four days in November 2010 for substantial re-writes, which were overseen by Lloyd Webber, and it re-opened with new direction from Bill Kenwright. Set and costume designs were by Bob Crowley. The original London production received mostly negative reviews, but a subsequent Australian production featuring an entirely new design team and heavy revisions was generally better received, although the show finally closed with heavy discounting to tickets. A planned Broadway production, which was to have opened simultaneously with the West End run, was canceled, the amount of negative press having deterred potential backers.

Dinner and Drinks are optionally available at additional cost.

There will be one (1) 10-minute break.

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Trip Advisor Testimonials

What People are Saying

Love the entertainment, food, drinks, and atmosphere!

Incanto is an enchanting place! They offer the best entertainment in a great setting right on the River Cuale. The terrace is great for summer meals, breakfast, and dinner. The piano bar offers fun activities and great music and there is no cover. You can also have a light dinner if you chose to. The cabaret hosts some of the best talent in Puerto Vallarta for a small cover and you can enjoy food and drinks during the show if you like. It took me a while to discover this treasure but now I am addicted!

– Christie S.

Love love love Incanto

Incanto is classy, elegant, friendly and great if you are a woman alone. The terrace restaurant is gorgeous, situated as it is above the river. The upstairs bar, very 30’s speakeasy. Is cool, classy and super friendly. The music is fantastic. There is no cover. My favorite nights are Thursday’s Open Mic and Saturday’s Pearl’s bingo.

The food, breakfast, lunch, dinner, and tapas is definitely all that! Not to be missed. And hey, air conditioned! –

migaratoryabuela  

Terrific eclectic entertainment!

There is something fun for everyone here, ExPats, Nationals, Straight, Gay, Qestioning. It’s a fun place with a great location and AC in the theatre and the bar areas. Two great patio areas on the river. – Bill – Memo

Class Act(s) on Insurgentes, even in Summer!

Nowhere else in Vallarta will you find the variety, quality, and accessibility of quality entertainment, than at Incanto. Many of the acts are headliner-quality, while others may be up-and-coming stars of the future, or local acts that you will see nowhere else. As well, there are audience participation events, like bingo and open mike nights. Many of the shows have no cover charge, and the food and drink prices are competitive. Tracy Parks has done a fabulous job bringing the variety show format to Mexico’s favorite town.

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