“Gotta Sing, Gotta Dance”

A SPECTACULAR show is coming to Ajijic. It’s called “Gotta Sing Gotta Dance” and it’s a brief history of song and dance through the years. With a cast of 25 dancers and singers, and the prestigious Hernandez Ballet from Guadalajara, you will be royally entertained.

The show begins when we learn that the first known song was written in 3500 BCE and ends at the year 2000 when we remember songs from Broadway through the 1990s.

If you like dance, you will see production numbers like “42nd Street” and “Disco Inferno.” If you like standards, then songs like “As time Goes By” and “I Remember You” will bring back those poignant memories. Are you a fan of the Big Band era? Enjoy the dancers doing Benny Goodman’s “Sing Sing Sing.” You will hear fun facts of certain songs and why they were written. You will learn about the progression of songs and dances from the very beginning of time. There is something in it for everyone.

There are two seating options:

(1) Cabaret seating is on the lower level with tables of four at $450 pesos pp. First come, first served; (2) VIP Seating in Al Capone’s Speakeasy upstairs in the balcony. VIP tickets include a glass of champagne and chocolate truffles with a gangster or gun moll as your host and hostess . . . with a few hoodlums thrown in to take your drink orders all night . . . for a mere $750 pesos pp.

This is one-of-a-kind entertainment never performed at Lakeside before. This show is not to be missed, running only three days: November 16, 17, and 18.

Doors open at 3:00 PM and ShowTime is 4:00 PM. So come early and mark your seat while having a drink and chatting with old or new friends. Our hosts will help you and direct you to the best seats available.

Tickets are available at Yves’ restaurant, Mia’s Boutique, and the Huerto Café. This is going to sell out so get your tickets early.

“Gotta Sing Gotta Dance” benefits the school for special children, the only school Lakeside with programs tailored to help children who are deaf, blind, have Down syndrome, cerebral palsy, autism, or neuromotor disorders. Also, a portion of the proceeds from “Gotta Sing Gotta Dance” will go towards funding Turning Pointe, a program that provides free ballet and tap classes to children living Lakeside. The goal is to introduce them to the art of performing and contributing to their community through an awareness of the arts. 100 percent of the profits go to these two charities.

Please join us for a most entertaining afternoon and at the same time know that the local children in our beautiful village will be helped because you donated to them by coming to a thoroughly enjoyable event. It’s the epitome of a win-win situation.

For more information about Lake Chapala visit: www.chapala.com

Barbara Clippinger
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2 thoughts on ““Gotta Sing, Gotta Dance””

  1. Barbara Clippinger
    Barbara Clippinger

    Behind the Jardin restatuant on the Paza in AJIJIC THE IS A BIG SIGHN IN FRONT OF THE RESTAURANT

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