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Join us for the dinner theater production "Wedding Bells" by Alan Bailey and Ronnie Claire Edwards. Doors open at 5:30 p.m.; dinner is served at 6 p.m. at the Camden County Museum. Tickets are $15 per person; part of the season ticket package.
Seating is limited and reservations are strongly suggested. For reservations call 573-346-7191.
Ralphie Parker wants only one thing for Christmas; An Official Red Ryder Carbine-Action 200-shot Range Model Air Rifle. A Christmas Story, The Musical is the hilarious account of Ralphie's desperate quest to ensure that this most perfect of gifts ends up under his tree this Christmas.
This new Broadway musical is based on the classic 1983 movie, which itself was based on stories by legendary radio humorist Jean Shepherd. With songs both funny and heartfelt by Benj Pasek & Justin Paul, and a faithful yet inventive book by Joseph Robinette, A Christmas Story captures holiday wonder with such deliciously wicked wit that it is sure to delight children and grown-ups alike. It's the Christmas present that you'll cherish all holiday long.
Performance times are Tue.-Fri., 8 p.m.; Sat., 2 p.m. and 8 p.m.; and Sun., 1 p.m.
It is April 1955. Churchill, aged 80, agonizes in his wartime bunker below London. After dinner with the Queen and Prince Philip, Churchill must decide whether to resign as Prime Minister. The Cold War is gathering pace. He does not trust his successor. Churchill is tired, forgetting names and losing his grip.
As he tries to decide what to do, he reviews his unique life, filled with history-changing events and people, glorious speeches, pithy comments and funny stories. He shares his difficult relationships with his father and his son, and shows all the wit and wisdom that has made Churchill beyond one of history's greatest figures into an imperishable legend.
Playwright/actor Andrew Edlin performs his tour de force one-man show as the charismatic statesman, orator and wit, Sir Winston Churchill. A memorable evening with one of the world's most extraordinary characters, Edlin's powerful performance segues from iconic speeches to private revelations, from witty stories to brilliant commentary.
The Bluff City Theater will present seven performances from Jan. 23-31.
Believed to be Shakespeare’s final play, The Tempest is imbued with magic, the supernatural, and a heightened sense of theatricality.
Prospero, the Duke of Milan, has been usurped and exiled by his own brother. He is stranded on a remote and mystical island with his daughter Miranda, who has been on the island from a very young age. Hoping to restore Miranda to her rightful place, and to seek revenge, Prospero conjures a storm to shipwreck his brother and those who conspired against him. The beautiful Miranda falls in love with Ferdinand, son of one of the conspirators, putting her relationship with Prospero to the test just as retribution is finally within reach.
The Aquila Theatre will bring its innovative style and dynamic physical approach to Shakespeare’s famous magical tale of forgiveness and enlightenment. With an ensemble of superb performers and Aquila’s exhilarating execution, this new production of The Tempest is sure to delight.
Presented at 7:30 p.m. in the Leach Theatre, on the campus of Missouri University of Science and Technology. Tickets: $38; youth, $30.
Audience participation is encouraged in this production of "Death Suite" by Peter DePietro.
Presented at the Camden County Museum. Dinner is served while the audience attempts to solve the mystery that is occurring around and among them. Seating is limited; reservations are strongly suggested.
A production of "The Visitors" by Vern Harden. Performed in the Camden County Museum. Dinner, 6 p.m.; curtain, 7 p.m.
Part of the season ticket package. Call for information and reservations.
Comedy rules in the last dinner theater production of "Ain't She Sweeet" by Craig Sodaro at the Camden County Museum. The event starts with doors open at 5:30 p.m. for the 6 p.m. dinner and 7 p.m. curtain.
Rodgers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella is the Tony Award®- winning Broadway musical from the creators of The Sound of Music and South Pacific that’s delighting audiences with its contemporary take on the classic tale.
This lush production features an incredible orchestra, jaw-dropping transformations and all the moments you love—the pumpkin, the glass slipper, the masked ball and more—plus some surprising new twists! Be transported back to your childhood as you rediscover some of Rodgers + Hammerstein’s most beloved songs, including “In My Own Little Corner,” “Impossible/It’s Possible” and “Ten Minutes Ago,” in this hilarious and romantic Broadway experience for anyone who’s ever had a wish, a dream...or a really great pair of shoes.
Performances are Tue.-Fri., 8 p.m.; Sat., 2 p.m. and 8 p.m.; Sun., 1 p.m. Additional performances Sun., Jan. 25 at 6:30 p.m. and Thu., Jan. 29 at 1 p.m.
It's Britain in 1927, and Daisy Meredith is the first girl from public elementary school allowed to access to the hallowed halls of Grangewood School for Young Ladies. Full of hilarious characters and splendid scrapes, this riotous story celebrates with a sly wit and a big heart.
It will be performed in the Wendy Kurka Rust Flexible Theatre on the River Campus of Southeast Missouri State University.
Tabbed by the media as the “American Led Zeppelin” Get the Led Out brings the catalog of one of rock and roll’s greatest bands to life on stage with one of the great tribute band performances seen on stage.
Focusing on Zeppelin’s early music, with songs like “Whole Lotta Love,” “Kashmir” and “Ramble On,” Get the Led Out also features an acoustic set with fan favorites “Tangerine” and “The Battle of Evermore.”
No wigs and fake accents here, just rock and roll, Zeppelin style. The performance begins at 7 p.m. at the Missouri Theatre.
Join TV’s iconic star Greg from the Brady Bunch in a family friendly full-cast variety show with nonstop 70s hits, comedy and the Totally Awesome Band.
Relive the 70s through music and Barry's personal experiences as he takes you on a nostalgic trip through the grooviest decade.
Presented March through December at the Hughes Brothers Theatre with performances Tuesday and Saturday at 3 p.m..
Experience the romance and magic of Neil Diamond’s music. Diamond look-and-sound-alike Keith Allynn unveils the story of Neil Diamond’s life through his songs from the 1960s through today, while weaving in his own incredible love story and unexpected career change from a top 10 Elvis tribute artist to Neil Diamond, all for the love of a woman. Come and see the story unfold live, along with the story of Neil Diamond’s life, his struggles and triumphs, while enjoying hits such as “Sweet Caroline,” “Song Sung Blue,” “Hello Again,” “Brother Love,” “America” and many more. Shows are Tues.-Fri., at 10:30 a.m.; there is a 10 a.m. pre-show. Presented at the Jim Stafford Theatre. Tickets: $34; ages 6-12, $10; ages 5 and younger, free. The box office hotline is available 24 hours per day, by call or text message, at 417-464-8497.
We offer 43 guestrooms and suites. Breakfast of donuts, coffee, and juices. Free local phone calls.
Located on a flat lot in a scenic area. We have a great outdoor (seasonal) pool, with a large deck so you can swim or just sit and relax in the sun. We have a nice covered second floor balcony with a view of the Branson Strip.
On the shore of Table Rock Lake, in a wooded lakeside atmosphere. Our four modern guestrooms feature: two-person jetted tubs; king or queen luxury beds and linens; private baths; private entrances; private deck or balcony; electric fireplaces; cable TV with DVD; and Wi-Fi. In addition to a full breakfast, the inn provides free soft drinks and snacks. Breakfast is served in the dining area or on the screened porch overlooking the lake.
We also have two private cottages, not part of the bed and breakfast, with remarkable views of Table Rock Lake. Breakfast is not included with the cottages.
Located 35 minutes west of Branson; 20 minutes from Silver Dollar City; one minute walk to Table Rock Lake.
All 113 of our guestrooms include luxurious pillow-top mattresses, deluxe pillows and Vellux blankets and free local calls. Rooms with a jetted tub are available. You must be 21 to reserve a room.
Extended continental breakfast.
Four guestrooms. Common room offers television, pool table, games and a fireplace. We are 15 minutes from Lexington and Independence; 20 minutes from Kansas City Chiefs and Royals stadiums. We offer homemade pastries and a full line breakfast. Quiet country setting.
This charming home, built in 1853, is filled with antiques. It is on the National Historic Register. Two guestrooms, one with a fireplace. Porch swings. Full breakfast.
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.
Astral Valley is an interactive art gallery & organic orchard nestled on over 230 acres in the Missouri Ozarks. Located only 45 minutes South of St. Louis, it is the perfect convenient getaway to host all your outdoor gatherings: family functions, corporate retreats, spiritual outings, weddings, reunions, group campouts, educational workshops, charity events, fund raisers, live concerts, and much much more.
Three guestrooms with private baths: two with a king bed; one has a queen bed. Private baths. Continental breakfast. Front porch overlooks a city park.
We are about 220-yards from the sparkling Castor River for fishing, swimming and relaxation; about a block from the Durso Hills Winery and Bistro.
Don't forget to visit The Gallery, to view its interesting art exhibits. Stop by Buckhorn School Antiques and find a treasure.
Spend the day at Castor River Ranch exploring the outdoors, then stay the night with us.
Reserve one room or the entire house. Reservations accepted by phone and email.
Serving a savory menu based on authentic Ozark recipes, from steaks, chicken, catfish and seafood to low-cal entrees, sandwiches and our "home cookin'."
Located next to the Baldknobbers Jamboree Show and Motor Inn.
Breakfast Buffet, $6; Lunch Buffet, $8; Dinner Buffet, $12. (Buffet price subject to change without notice.) You may order from the full menu.
We offer 14 fully equipped rental cabins on Table Rock Lake. These cabins sleep 12. All have private bedroom, queen beds, fully equipped kitchen and cable TV. Eleven of the units have a lake view. Amenities include: free Wi-Fi; a boat dock and launch; boat rentals; swimming pool with slide; hot tub; game room with pool tables and video games; large playground; basketball; horseshoes; and a pavilion. We have camp sites for tents and RVs.
The Bar M Resort and Campground is located on 10 acres in a private cove of Table Rock Lake just minutes from Branson area attractions. We offer full hook-up RV sites with 50 or 30 amp electric; tent camping with or without electric; free Wi-Fi; boat dock with launch ramp; boat rentals; swimming pool with water slide; hot tub; game room with pool table and video games; large playground; basketball; horseshoes; and a large picnic pavilion. Fourteen fully-equipped cabins and condos are also available.
This hotel is across from The Shoji Tabuchi Theatre and Paradise Grill. Features two-sink vanities and in-room coffee makers. There is level parking. We have an in-house ticket service.
This 133-room hotel is less than half-a-mile from the Bass Pro Shop, Ameristar Casino, 10 restaurants and two grocery stores; eight miles from St. Louis Lambert International Airport. (Shuttle available for an additional fee.)
In addition to our standard guestrooms, we offer two-room suites and whirlpool suites. There are two meeting rooms that accommodate up to 70 people.
We offer a complimentary hot breakfast. Our oversized, heated, indoor pool has an adjoining outdoor sundeck.
Visit our website for details, photos and reservations.
Wonderful handmade items by local fiber artists. Dealer for Schacht weaving and spinning products, Addi needles and yarns.
Classes in weaving, spinning, knitting, crochet and rug hooking.
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.
Bluff City Theater is a small professional theater located in the former Farmers and Merchants Bank building at 212 Broadway in Historic Downtown Hannibal. Built in 1910, the F&M building is an iconic neo-classical structure featuring four Missouri limestone Corinthian columns supporting a portico. Operated by the bank until 1970, it was reportedly robbed by Dillinger's gang in the 1930s.
The site stood vacant until it was restored in 2014 to create an intimate 100-seat performance space. Bluff City Theater is an SPT Equity theater dedicated to producing theatrical works rooted in literature- from books, about authors or characters from books. The theater operates year-round as a performance venue. When not hosting its own productions, the theater plays host to a variety of musical, theatrical and community events. Check out our website for current details.
The four guestrooms share three bathrooms. Rooms are decorated with oak and walnut antique furniture.
The sitting room contains books and games for your enjoyment; the one TV tunes in the local channels.
Cinnamon rolls are a specialty; they are served with eggs, bacon and fried apples.
There is a cat in residence.
Choose from 20 guestrooms, each decorated differently. Wake-up to a complimentary, freshly cooked breakfast. The glassed-in dining area gives the feeling of eating outdoors. The great room has 24-foot ceilings with a floor-to-ceiling fireplace.
Museum celebrating the history of Branson and surrounding Taney County. Rotating exhibits throughout the year.
Small gift shop and bookstore. Hours vary January-March.
We offer 20 condos, including three four-bedroom townhouses and a two-bedroom log cabin. Located at Notch Estates, two miles from Silver Dollar City.
The Branson Hills Golf Villa is located in 1,200 wooded acres in Branson. Beautifully landscaped and maintained, spacious and luxurious interiors plus easy access allow you to enjoy each other and enjoy everything that Branson, has to offer.
This is a handicapped accessible unit with features such as a ramp in, lower sinks and a roll-in shower. The luxurious four-bedroom, four-bath golf villa offers a fully equipped kitchen, an outdoor deck with grill, and four spacious bedrooms, each with its own full-size luxury bathroom. There is plenty of room to gather and to dine all together, whether in the comfortable living area, the outdoor covered deck, the dining room or the breakfast bar.
The on-site Payne Stewart Golf Club has tee times from 7:30 a.m.-6:30 p.m. daily and offers a full restaurant and lounge for your convenience. You will also enjoy the club house, tennis courts, outdoor swimming pool and hot tub.
The villas are conveniently located just across the main drive from the Branson RecPlex and its hiking trails, playgrounds, and fitness and recreation facilities. You are 1.5 miles from the new Convention Center and the Branson Landing shopping center and within 15 minutes, of the 76 Strip, shopping and dining options, theme parks, and live shows.
Branson Plantation Inn is a quiet and peaceful location behind The Plantation restaurant, 1/2 a block from the 76 Strip and miles of fun and adventure. There is so much to experience in Branson you will be looking forward to staying many nights at Branson Plantation Inn. A hot breakfast starts each day.
Many of Branson's top theaters and shows are within a mile of the Inn. Delicious restaurants are abundant. Packages, including show tickets and dinner are available.
We are across the street is White Water, with more than 13 acres of rides, slides, dining and other attractions to insure your fun is all wet.
Tree shaded sites, mostly pull-through, with full hookups, free Wi-Fi and cable TV. Private bathrooms and showers; clubhouse; laundry; discounted theater coupons and ticket reservation assistance. Located two blocks from Branson's entertainment district.
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