3269 Shepherd Hills Expwy.
Branson, MO 65616
Phone: (417) 335-6776
Fax: (417) 335-6762
Japanese born Shoji Tabuchi is living his dream; he learned to play violin at an early age and shortly thereafter he became enamored with American country music. He traveled to the states to meet the legendary country star Roy Acuff, who gave him a gig at the Grand Ole Opry and the rest, they say, is history. However, Shoji could not play second-fiddle for long in Nashville, so he built this eponymous theater in 1990 and has performed there ever since. Most of the music is folksy Americana, however Shoji has a massive following here in Branson, and tickets can sometimes be difficult to obtain. For exact times, check website for complete calendar.
Get ready to laugh! Pierce Arrow Theater often hosts comedians that will make you laugh until your sides hurt. The theater also occasionally has concerts as well.
This huge complex houses more contemporary entertainment options in Branson, as opposed to the usual show house on the "Strip". Here, guests will find an assortment of things to do, like visit the shops and restaurants or enjoy shows on the Little Opry stage. Most of the stores like Bell's, D&D Leather and Ozark Mountain Quilts are only found in this part of Missouri and they provide a great place to find a unique gift. Restaurants here include Mcfarlain's which serves American comfort food, Florentina's for Italian and Montana Mike's Steakhouse for heartier appetites. Check website for complete calendar of show times and other information.
To enjoy a movie in a lovely atmosphere, walk into this cinema that offers three screens for your viewing pleasure. Each hall is fitted with large seats (arranged in stadium style) with good leg room, and hi-tech sound systems. Don’t forget to pick some snack and a cola before you head to the screening hall. Check the website to know more about the movie timings. Call +1 800 419 4832 (Toll Free).
RFD-TV Theatre is dedicated to the popular family entertainment shows featured on television. Be it the television shows and serials or the musical shows, the mindblowing sound systems at the theatre will surely enchant you. Fall in love again with 'Hotel California' by 'Taking it Easy', the Eagles style at this theatre. Add on to the fun quotient of your family with popular shows like 'Take It To The Limit—A Tribute To The Eagles', 'The Penny Gilley Show' and many more at this unique theatre. Check out the website for further details.
The 'Branson Star Theatre' is one of the favorite places of the locals. This theatre is a spot for entertainment and is loved by all, as it has a variety in the shows they offer. The theatre have musical shows performed by Keith Allen, Lomascola and comedy shows like the "The Chicken House Opry".
Experience the legacy of Roy Rogers, and Dale Evans at the Happy Trails Theater. Watch out for the live entertaining shows by Dusty Rogers, son of the legends Roy Rogers and Dale Evans at this brilliant theater. This theater along with Roy Rogers-Dale Evans Museum is a dedication to his famous parents by Dusty Rogers or Jr. Roy Rogers.
The White House Theatre is another showplace that features family-oriented, wholesome entertainment. Most of the shows are grandiose productions and there is a constant rotation of different ones throughout the year. Some of the musicals include the swashbuckling tales of Marco Polo or the acrobatic martial arts in The Legend of Kung Fu. The White House also has a "West Wing" that is promoted as a banquet hall and it's a popular spot for weddings, reunions, etc. For updated list of events, shows and prices, check out the website.
You do not have to be in Branson long before discovering that you are in the middle of the "Bible Belt." Many of the residents here are deeply religious, and they are proud of it. This wonderfully staged show opened in 1996. Through song and speech, the 50-member cast works hard to depict the life of Jesus Christ. The costumes, sets and live animals help to make every scene look realistic. This show has become extremely popular, playing to standing room only crowds on most days. The venue is open Tuesday to Sunday from 3 p.m.
This theater is the home of the Duttons, a family band made up of mom and dad, three girls and four boys. Each member plays a different instrument, mom plays the bass, dad sings, basically the whole family can do more than just hum a tune. For many years this theater was the Branson home to country hobo Boxcar Willie, but when he became ill in 1998, the Duttons took it over and changed the name. The music is country-western with plenty of bluegrass elements, but the family puts on a good show.
This theater sits right in the center of the lively and loud Branson music district. With comfortable seating for nearly 1,000 guests, state-of-the-art lighting, and a great sound system, the venue is usually sold out. As far as the headliner is concerned, you can see Mickey Gilley perform his top hits here every evening. With his honky-tonk piano playing and his flashy costumes, Gilley is quite the performer. If you're here at breakfast, you can catch the morning show with acclaimed singer/songwriter Jim Owen.
This 800-seat theater is located on the popular Strip and it features three different acts; the 'Liverpool Legends' bring the sound of the Beatles, Dudu Fisher the Israeli cantor adds gravitas and the hits of the 60s musical revue showcases more levity. All of the seats provide an intimate view of the theater.