Lady Zen is Back! Paul Aleman presents John Denver, Tenor Alejandro Peña and UK Comedian Ron Gee Debut at Incanto

Poet, songwriter and mezzo-soprano Lady Zen presents the music of Bessie Smith in an all-new show in the 

theatre starting March 17 at 7pm. “This show has theatrical elements in the stories I tell about how the Empress of the Blues shaped my voice”, says Lady Zen. She is also currently presenting The Soul Music of Lady Zen’ featuring her favorite ‘70s music as a ticketed show in the piano bar on Tuesdays at 7:30pm accompanied by Dennis Crow at the piano.
Described as, “A tornado of hilarious stories, Seussian poems, and observational comedy… be prepared to be blown away!” by CBC, Canada, multi-award winning comedian Rob Gee’s act uses a heady combination of poetry, storytelling, and theatre to explore the world of chaos and adventure that lurks behind the veneer of everyday life. He has performed over three thousand shows and regularly appears on BBC Radio. March 22 at 7pm.

Vallarta favorite, Paul Aleman, presents,‘Country Roads’, in an evening of wonderful, down-home music that conveys the emotional depth and joy of John Denver. “I’ve heard many people interpret John’s music and yours was the best.” So magical, soaring, tender, and inspiring. I know John was smiling. A beyond beautiful evening. And in Mexico! Remarkable!” — Annie Denver. Paul Aleman masters the guitar and vocal style of John Denver in an inspiring evening of music and sing-along. March 23, 25 at 7pm.

Although a native of Puerto Vallarta, Tenor Alejandro Peña was just recently discovered at Incanto’s Open Mic

night, where he blew audiences away two weeks in a row with his incredible operatic tenor voice. He also plays piano and will present an evening of music featuring classic arias and contemporary favorites on April 2 at 7pm. More information on Incanto’s website.

Incanto and Democrats Abroad have added additional screenings of recent select Oscar-winning films, as well as the popular non-Oscar related films, ‘Active Measures’ and Fahrenheit 11/9. All shown in the comfortable theatre on a big screen with state of the art sound. All showings 3pm.

Incanto’s Season Tribute Series continues with Lennon & McCartney: A Tribute to The Beatles on March 16. The Bee Gees will be on March 20 at 7pm and award-winning Canadian tribute artist Matt Cage presents ‘Elvis, The Vegas Years’ on March 27 at 7pm. Spot-on performances and all-live vocals.

Zoe ‘A band in a body’ Lewis plays through March 20 in the piano bar. An eclectic blend of storytelling and

original music for all ages.

Now extended through April, Naked Boys Singing! is a fun, sassy musical comedy starring six young local Latino actors who sing and dance their way into your heart completely nude. Directed by original conceiver/director Robert Schrock, this very popular show is celebrating its twentieth anniversary off-Broadway, Presented in


Hours 9am-11:30pm daily. Breakfast served 9am-2pm. Lunch served 12pm-11pm. Casual evening dining is available 4-11pm. Happy Hour features 2×1 house cocktails 

and beer 4-6pm. 2×1 show tickets to select shows 4-5pm daily. For more information and online tickets visit Incanto’s website Contact them at or call 322 223 9756. Located at Insurgentes 109 (at the Rio Cuale).