‘Well-Strung’ and Hollywood’s Ginny McMath at Incanto!

Well-Strung, a New York City based singing string quartet is now playing at Incanto. They derive their unique blend of vocals and strings by fusing classical music with today’s pop favorites. Members Edmund Bagnell (1st violin), Chris Marchant (2nd violin), Daniel Shevlin (cello), and Trevor Wadleigh (viola) spend their time making new music and touring internationally. Their world-wide popularity continues to soar, and they have consistently played to sold-out crowds in Vallarta season after season. Reserve early Jan. 30 – Feb. 28.

Pianist David Troy Francis presents an evening with the music of George Gershwin in ‘george – gershwin reconsidered’ for one night only, Sat. Feb. 3 at 7pm. Mr. Francis is an esteemed concert pianist and recording artist, and the creator, composer, musical director and executive producer of the runaway smash hit musical BARK! He is also the creator/musical director for Incanto’s ‘Gospelicious’ Gospel Brunch. Next event, Sun. Feb. 11, at 12pm.

Popular acoustic group Media Luna will present several shows in the main theater featuring their full band with Special Guest musicians. They play Flamenco, Rumba, Rock and Huapango in an exciting and very entertaining presentation, allowing audiences to ‘see’, as well as hear the music. Next show Mon. Feb. 5 at 7pm.

Hollywood’s Ginny McMath presents her first official ‘Salt-Around-the-Rim’ tour at Incanto for three shows only, Feb. 8, 9 ,10. Ginny is an American actress, comedienne, singer, and voice-over personality best known for her TV work. She has a recurring role on the hit show, ‘The Middle’, and has guest starred on many shows from ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ to ‘Will and Grace’. She won a MAC award for her one-woman comedy show,’Mostly Dyed Blond’, and has starred in many regional and off-Broadway theater productions. She also created the role of Boo, and starred in the hit, ’Bark, The Musical’ which was the 2nd longest running show to ever take L.A by storm. She will be accompanied by David Troy Francis at the piano.

NYC cabaret veteran and funnyman Michael McAssey is back in the piano bar. He is one of cabaret’s busiest entertainers, having won a MAC Award for Outstanding Male Vocalist. He plays a vast repertoire of ballads and campy cabaret favorites, encouraging his audiences to gather ‘round the piano and sing along. He plays Wed., Fri., Sat., Sun. 10pm-close.

Classic stage comedy ‘Greater Tuna’, starring Ron Spencer and Tracy Parks is now playing through March. With twenty-two characters and forty-two costume changes played by just two actors, it’s a wild, fun ride to smalltown Tuna, TX, chock-full of eccentric characters with small minds and big hearts. Directed by Karen Baker.

Everything from piano favourites, show tunes and gypsy flamenco to Bingo with Pearl and Salsa dancing/lessons can be found at Incanto. Every day of the week there is something to enjoy. Check out the full schedule and buy tickets online at www.IncantoVallarta.com

Box Office hours are 9am to 11:30pm daily. Casual dining is always available. Happy Hour 2-6pm daily. Incanto is located at Insurgentes 109 (at the Rio Cuale). Call 322 223 9756 for reservations.

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