Rich in history, this charming 203-seat venue remains home to some of Branson's finest entertainment, even after nearly 80 years.
Builtin 1936 to look like a cabin, James Mason Owen (not the entertainer) operated his now world-famous boat line and float trips from this same office for over three decades. James catered to Hollywood's elite, and has been host to folks like John Wayne, Gene Autry, Joe DiMaggio and Charlton Heston.
Very close to great shopping, dining, the scenic railway, lodging and the Branson Landing, The Historic Owen Theatre offers ample parking; free historical tours; kids 17 and younger are free to all shows; veteran discounts; group rates; and five award-winning live Branson productions, as well as classic movies on the big screen Monday nights at 7 p.m., only $2.
Home to "A Neil Diamond Tribute," "Carpenters Once More," "Pure Comedy Feud," "Cover of the Rolling Stone," classic movies, and independent shows.
Call 417-464-8497, or 417-464-8493 24/7.