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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.
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.
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, 70s Music Celebration! starring Barry Williams, 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 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).
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.
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