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Interactive comedy murder-mystery theatre presented with a four-course meal. Enjoy a matinee or evening show in one of the oldest brick homes is St. Louis. Join the cast or just relax and guess "whodunit." Reservations required. Dinner and mystery: $46.
The Improv Comedy Clubs have been the career launching pad for dozens of the familiar faces of television and film.
The Kansas City Improv Comedy Club, located in the Zona Rosa shopping and entertainment district, continues to showcase performers well on their way to joining the ranks of the Improv’s famous veterans.
Additionally, the Improv Dinner Theater offers appetizers, entrees, desserts and signature cocktails that are simply unforgettable. Dinner is available immediately after the doors open, and wait staff remains at your service throughout the entire show.
The 700-seat Showboat Branson Belle takes guests on an unforgettable journey that includes live entertainment, elegant dining and a spectacular panorama of Table Rock Lake.
Each two-hour lunch and dinner cruise includes the show and a three-course meal.
Operating March-December. See website for schedules and details. Tickets are available online.
Stone's Throw Dinner Theatre presents a variety of shows throughout the year, including musicals, children's shows, comedies and dramas. Price includes dinner and dessert, as well as the show.
Please visit the website for schedule of shows, times, and prices.
Interactive murder-mystery comedy shows, with a train theme, set in the background of regional history. A complete evening of mystery with a four-course dinner. Shows are Friday and Saturday evenings from Feburary-June; and shows are Thursday-Saturday evenings, July-December. Seating is at 6:30 p.m. and reservations are required for all shows.
The legendary Sons of the Pioneers, the gold standard of western music, feature top-notch harmonies and musical perfection. This cowboy experience starts with a cowboy meal of brisket and chicken, Dutch oven sparkling potatoes, cowboy beans, dinner rolls, cobbler, and cold lemonade or tea.
Hear timeless cowboy classics such as "Tumbling Tumbleweeds," "Cool Water," and "Happy Trails," sung by one of the world's most famous western singing groups. They were named a national treasure by the Smithsonian Institution.
Performed in the covered Pavilion Theater at the Shepherd of the Hills Historical Homestead. Call or visit our website for reservations and information.
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