Brown County Youth Music Showcase
Twist the Night Away
An encore performance of last year's sensational hit!
Young Love....Doo Woppin' & Good Ol' Rock n' Roll....Relive the music of the 1950's as we Rock Around the Clock with the Everly Brothers, Buddy Holly, Jerry Lee Lewis, Patsy Cline, and Elvis just to name a few. This cast will take you back to the era of rich harmonies, classic love songs and unforgettable dances that will leave you wanting to..."Twist the Night Away"! All ages show.
The show is produced by Rhett Thomas of Silver Night Entertainment (previously appeared at the Playhouse with Jimmy & Jay Osmond and in Playhouse's Believe Christmas Show), premiered in Branson, MO. Tickets $21.50/$20.50Read more…
2nd annual Shimmy and Shake
Asleep At The Wheel
Brown County Bluegrass Bash
Join us for a pre-show party - buffet, admission and priority seating - $50 | 5:30 pm
Concert only - $15 | 7:30 pm
"Working hard in sharing bluegrass music."
The Blue Collar Bluegrass Band consists of friends that have been picking together for a few years. Each member shares the same passion for traditional bluegrass as well as "new grass" music. The band name Blue Collar Bluegrass represents the down to earth, hardworking attitudes that each member shares for life, work and music.
Mike Grimmitt - Guitar/Vocals | Mark Roembke - Guitar/Vocals | Carl Strohm - Fiddle Vocals | Jason Strohm - Banjo/Vocals | Dean Metcalf - Bass / Vocals | Bill Haggard - Mandolin / Vocals Read more…
Pam Tillis Acoustic Show
Whether it’s on the elaborate stage of the Grand Ole Opry or in an intimate setting, you will experience that feeling of delight that comes from Pam Tillis singing exactly what she is meant to sing at that moment. Pam will be performing acoustically with an all-woman trio featuring guitars and fiddles.
Pam Tillis has enjoyed many career-defining moments on stage at the Grand Ole Opry. The daughter of singer and songwriting legend Mel Tillis, she made her Opry debut on the Ryman Auditorium stage at age 8, singing “Tom Dooley” with her dad.
Pam’s Top Ten country hits include: "Don't Tell Me What To Do," "One of Those Things," "Maybe It Was Memphis," "Shake the Sugar Tree" and "Let That Pony Run"
The Gin Game
Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award Winning Play
Weller Martin and Fonsia Dorsey, two elderly residents at a nursing home for senior citizens, strike up an acquaintance. Neither seems to have any other friends, and they start to enjoy each other's company. Weller offers to teach Fonsia how to play gin rummy, and they begin playing a series of games that Fonsia always wins. Weller's inability to win a single hand becomes increasingly frustrating to him, while Fonsia becomes increasingly confident.
While playing their games of gin, they engage in lengthy conversations about their families and their lives in the outside world. Gradually, each conversation becomes a battle, much like the ongoing gin games, as each player tries to expose the other's weaknesses, to belittle the other's life, and to humiliate the other thoroughly.
Starring Broadway and TV veterans Doug Stend and Jill Tasker. Some adult language. | $17.50/$16.50Read more…
The Thomas Brothers
Natives of Long Beach, CA, Ross and Rhett began performing in musical theatre throughout the Los Angeles area. While having successful individual careers, Ross and Rhett joined together to combine their experiences, creating the Thomas Brothers. The Thomas Brothers' career has taken them to over 30 states and 13 countries on land and sea. In 2010 they began headlining their own show at the Music City Center in Branson, MO. After one of their performances, Jimmy Osmond invited Ross and Rhett to join up with the world famous Osmond Brothers in Branson and on tour. The brothers' recognition continues to grow with credits including television, cruise lines, corporate events and benefit performances.
Rhett and Ross pay tribute to those classic icons who inspired them: Frank Sinatra, Danny Kaye, Bing Crosby and many more. The brothers perform the best of Broadway, 40's, 50's, 60's, Gospel and Country with unsurpassed style and finesse. Their perfectly blended voices, impeccable showmanship, and comedy captivates audiences of all ages! Their love of the arts was instilled in them at a very young age, as they are third generation entertainers.
Sons of professional ballroom dancers, the brothers started their careers dancing in their Grandmother's dance studio. Their Grandmother graced MGM Studios as a radio singer and actress during the 1920's and 30's. When in Las Vegas or Branson, MO, you may see their brother, Illusionist Rick Thomas, headlining his own show. Their roots are well grounded in the entertainment heritage.