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As seen on The Travel Channel and The Tonight Show, Waltzing Waters Theatre is Branson's longest-running year-round attraction. Watch hourly exhibitions of world famous liquid fireworks and 40,000 gallons of non-stop live water action. Dancing waterfalls and spinning rainbows three stories tall (and twice as wide) are choreographed to music.
Established in 1961, the Lyceum produces professionally staged musicals, dramas and comedies. June-November each year, this 408-seat theatre attracts professional talent from across the country, to produce and perform an eight show season.
Performers, designers, directors, and technicians take-up residence in Arrow Rock for five months, to present Broadway-caliber productions for the Lyceum’s audiences.
Tickets: $35; age 62+, $31; ages 13-21, $20; ages 4-12, $15.
The Lyceum Theatre is affiliated with Actors Equity Association, the union for professional actors and stage managers in the United States, and the Society of Stage Directors and Choreographers.
The Touhill showcases national, international and local talent in opera, dance, classical music, contemporary concerts, comedy, theater and jazz.
Situated on the campus of the University of Missouri-St. Louis, this not-for-profit organization boasts three venues: the beautiful European-style opera house; the Anheuser-Busch Performance Hall; and the black-box, E. Desmond and Mary Ann Lee Theater. Free parking.
Built in 1907, Dulany Auditorium is the oldest building on the William Woods University campus. Mrs. D.M. Dulany contributed $7,500 toward construction of the $24,000 building in memory of her husband. The stained glass portrait windows are of D.M. Dulany, W.H. Dulany and Benjamin L. Locke, all early supporters of the college. The building was used for chapel services and lectures during the early days, and it is now used for concerts and theatrical performances.
Florissant Civic Center Theatre offers a wide variety of professionally staged productions including the St. Louis Family Theatre Series, Florissant Fine Arts Council events and concerts.
Come experience the arts in the 1926 historic Gillioz Theatre. Through a formal lobby to a golden sky of ornate paintings and detailed architecture, you will enjoy live theatre, movies, conventions, concerts and film festivals. Visit website for coming attractions.
The Hughes Brothers Theatre was built in 1985. It was the first theatre in Branson owned by a nationally known star (Roy Clark). Today, we feature several shows, "it", Ayo starring Voices of Glory, the Hughes Brothers Christmas Show and a special New Year's Eve show.
Add a meal and dine in the theatre before the show. The theatre seats 1,200 including dinner-theatre (table top) seating. The Hughes Brothers Theatre is adjacent to the Lodge of the Ozarks, on Route 76.
Visit our website for details, show schedules and tickets.
Located on West Highway 76 in Branson, the Jim Stafford Theatre is home to five shows: Jim Stafford's Rockin' Comedy Show (March-October and Dec. 26-30); Jim Stafford's Christmas Show (Nov. 1-Dec. 13); Tony Roi...and more; Pure Comedy starring Joey I.L.O; and A Tribute To Neil Diamond Show.
The theater seats nearly 1,000 and features state-of-the-art lighting and premium surround sound. The theater also has one of the world's largest stereoscopic 3-D rear projection screens (the 3-D video shown during the Jim Stafford Show was developed, created and produced in-house by Jim Stafford and his crew).
Jim Stafford also has a special 9:30 p.m. New Year's Eve Show that offers light snacks, a special DVD souvenir, party favors and hats, and a huge balloon drop at midnight and, of course, Jim's Rockin' Comedy Show.
There are more than 300 seats in the front of the house that have a 41-inch high-back chair with a cushioned pillow-top headrest, armrests with cup holder, and ergonomic, curved design for added comfort. These seats, called VIP seating, are in the first nine rows of the theater. Tickets for all five shows may be purchased by visiting the website or calling 417-335-8080.
Juanita K. Hammons Hall, located on the campus of Missouri State University, is a state-of-the-art performing arts center presenting national touring Broadway shows and a wide variety of other artists and performances.
The Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts is a mega-modern, state-of-the-art facility encompasses two awe-inspiring performance venues: The Muriel Kauffman Theatre and the Helzberg Hall.
The Muriel Kauffman Theatre seats 1,800 in ultra-plush, 22- and 24-inch wide seats, which include the Figaro supertitle system; a monitor mounted on the back of each seat shows the words sung or spoken by performers onstage. Patrons decide if they want to see the titles, and then they select the language of their choice for their individual screen.
In the oval-shaped Helzberg Hall, the stage extends into the auditorium, thus placing 40 percent of the 1,600 seats alongside the stage. The distance from the stage to Helzberg Hall’s farthest seat is slightly more than 100 feet. Helzberg Hall has a 5,548-pipe Casavant Freres pipe organ; one of the finest concert-organs in the country.
These theatres host Broadway production companies, renowned orchestras and bands, top national and international entertainers, artists and performance troupes. Also, the Kauffman Center serves as the home performance venue for the Kansas City Ballet, the Lyric Opera of Kansas City, and the Kansas City Symphony Orchestra.
The Kauffman Center is located on Broadway Avenue, just south of the Power & Light District and the Sprint Center.
Leach Theatre is located on the campus of the Missouri University of Science and Technology, in Castleman Hall. The theatre’s season runs from August to May. Since opening in 1991, Leach Theatre has provided world-class theatre productions, hosting an average of 100 events per academic year. Please see our website for a complete listing of events and ticket prices.
Talented professional actors, technicians, designers and directors from across the nation and around the world entertain audiences at the Maples Repertory Theatre, located at the intersection of Highways 36 and 63 in northern Missouri.
Season is mid-June to December; matinee and evening performances of musicals and plays; shows for children on Wednesday and Saturday mornings at 10 a.m.
Main floor tickets are just $27; balcony tickets are $22. See website for show dates, descriptions and box office hours.
Musical variety shows: country, gospel, bluegrass and oldies music, with a dose of comedy tossed in.
In addition to our regular shows, we present concerts by top name headliners. See website for schedules.
Great family entertainment, April-December.
This renovated 1927 vaudeville palace seats 1,200.
See the website for a schedule of theatrical productions, concerts, symphony performances and special events.
Tours by appointment only. The facility is available for rent.
Ozark Actors Theatre is one of only two professional theatres in out-state Missouri, operating under a contract with Actors' Equity Association, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers.
Ozark Actors Theatre exists to enhance the cultural life and livability of our community through the presentation of professionally staged performing arts, and the training and theatrical education of young people in the performing arts. We operate a summer drama camp for elementary and high school students.
Ozark Actors Theatre presents a professional, three-show summer season; a late summer youth production; a fall community production; a professional winter holiday production; and a Performing Arts Series throughout the year.
The Pierce Arrow Show offers more sparkle-elaborate wardrobe, more sizzle- motorized moving stages, more boom-Guinness' world’s lowest bass singer and more mang for your buck- special pricing. Features one of Branson’s top male vocal groups, Pierce Arrow, you’ll love the smooth sounds, rockin’ gospel, and be stirred by patriotic medleys; one of Branson’s funniest comedians, Jarrett Dougherty; Desta’s amazing current musical stylings; and Kim Boyce, an award-winning beacon of talent and grace. Family fun for parents and kids of all ages.
Ragtag Cinema is a not-for-profit art house cinema. We screen thought-provoking, educational and innovative films.
We also have stellar roommates in the Hittsville building where we live. Uprise Bakery--serving delicious and healthful sandwiches, pastries, salads, soups, and of course breads, (and a full bar), and 9th Street Video on Hitt--one of the last independent video rental joints around.
Of course you can take your food and beverages from Uprise into the theaters. After all, as Berthold Brecht said, "A theater without beer is just a museum."
Tickets are $9 for adults; $6.50 for seniors 65 and older, children age 12 and younger, and matinees before 5 p.m. Member tickets are $5.
The Robert Reim Theatre is the home performance venue for the professional theatre company, Stages St. Louis. In 1987, the company was founded on a commitment to nurturing the indigenous American art form of musical theatre.
This not-for-profit company is committed to preserving and advancing the art form of Musical Theatre, through excellence in performance and education.
The Robert Reim Theatre is located at the Kirkwood Civic Center. The show season runs May-October. Visit the website for schedules and tickets.
Sight and Sound Theatre features original musical productions that bring Biblical stories to life onstage in epic proportions. This inspiring family experience includes a 300-foot stage that wraps around the audience, a professional cast, spectacular sets up to 40-feet high and a variety of animals to transport you back in time as you witness some of the greatest stories from the Bible. 2011 is the last season for "Noah - the Musical." Each Christmas season "Miracle of Christmas" returns to the stage. Visit our website for schedules.
Springfield Contemporary Theatre presents a wide variety of year-round productions. Formerly housed at the Vandivort Center Theatre, past productions include such landmark area premieres as Hair; The Rocky Horror Show; Nine: The Musical; The Goat or, Who is Sylvia?; Wit; Alfred Hitchcock’s The 39 Steps; 33 Variations and Avenue Q.
SCT is dedicated to the production of works that can be re-energized through a contemporary view and through an intimate staging while using outstanding directors, local actors and guest professionals throughout the season.
Springfield Little Theatre at the historic Landers Theatre is Missouri’s oldest and largest civic theatre.
Stages St. Louis is a not-for-profit company committed to preserving and advancing the art form of musical theatre through excellence in performance and education. In 2013, Stages celebrates its 27th year of producing Broadway-quality theatre, presenting 124 performances from May through October to more than 50,000 patrons. Stages employs some of the top musical theatre artists available regionally and nationally for all productions.
Performances are in the Robert G. Reim Theatre (address and phone number shown). The Box Office and administrative offices are located at 1023 Chesterfield Parkway East, in Chesterfield.
Visit our website for details, schedules and tickets.
Enjoy movies under the stars at this drive-in theater. We screen current feature films. Concession stand on-site. Please visit our website and Facebook page for details and showtimes.
We are located in Cadet, five miles north of Potosi, on Route 21.
Named "One of the Five Best Theaters for Young Audiences" in the U.S. by TIME magazine. Providing unique experiences for families and young audiences, the Coterie Theatre is nationally recognized for its exceptional programming.
The Coterie's season runs year-round, offering a Family Series and Preteen/Teen Series of productions at the theatre's main stage in the Crown Center complex. Its "Coterie at Night" productions, which are intended for teens and adults, are performed at various venues.
The theatre is housed on level one in Hallmark's Crown Center shops. Group tickets are available.
The Coterie is a not-for-profit organization, established in 1979, with the mission of providing professional classic and contemporary theatre which challenges audience and artist and provides educational, dramatic outreach programs in the community.
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