November 13-16, 2017
Featuring: The Miracle Of Christmas by Sight & Sound
SOLD OUT – Wait list only!!
FOREVER YOUNG is a story of musical discovery not yet told in Branson…the tale of six young friends, the basement of a Midwest suburban home, and the joy of listening to music played on a real, old-time record player! These talented singers take you on a journey, beginning with the discovery of an old box of records, using their big voices and dynamic dance moves.
COLLEGE OF THE OZARKS
Christian values and character, hard work, and financial responsibility comprise the fundamental building blocks of the “Hard Work U” experience. At a time when there is much talk about what is wrong with the nation, College of the Ozarks exemplifies what is right with America.
THE HUGHES BROTHERS CHRISTMAS SHOW:
The “Hughes Brothers Christmas Show” has quickly become a holiday favorite among scores of dazzling Branson productions! Featuring not only the popular Hughes boys, but their enormous, extended family of children and spouses, all backed up by a brilliantly talented live band, it’s jam packed with singing, dancing, holiday humor, and a special visit from Santa, who’ll explain the meaning behind the symbols of Christmas.
MAXINE’S CHRISTMAS CAROL:
Maxine will star in a live-action musical version of A Christmas Carol – The bright lights of Branson are set to shine on a brand new star of the stage, although there’s a good chance she might find a reason to complain about them. During the 2017 Christmas season, Maxine, Hallmark Cards’ self-appointed “Queen of Crabbiness,” will star in “Maxine’s Christmas Carol”, a twist on the Charles Dickens’ classic holiday story, “A Christmas Carol.”
MIRACLE OF CHRISTMAS … by Sight & Sound
The smells of Christmas will fill the air as you interact with a living nativity featuring actors in authentic costume and live animals. The theater is brilliantly decked out in holiday attire with lights, greenery, and a thirty foot tall Christmas tree. You will watch the story of Jesus unfold as the Messiah takes human form on the stage.