The Closing of the Star Theater displaced 3 shows. Keith “Red” Allen’s show was close enough to the end of his schedule he just took the rest of this season off.
The “Rock ‘n’ Roll is Here to Stay” show moved into the God & Country Theatre.
Recently groups of US.Veterans reversed the trend that most Branson Entertainers have in honoring our Military personal
at each of their shows. The Veterans sent Certificates of appreciation for the tributes. This took place after some Branson
entertainers went out of their way to entertain the troops at a remote destination. The Brett Family was the reciprocant of one of the Certificates.
Musician/comedian Ray Stevens is returning to the Welk Theater this fall. Stevens is well known for his song “Ahab the Arab,” “The Streak."and “Everything Is Beautiful.” That song was Stevens’ first No. 1 and won him the Grammy for Male Vocalist of the Year.
Gareth Sever and Matthew Levingston do their buckets and boards show at the new Clay Cooper Theater they performed at Branson Landing in the past.
“Pierce Arrow,” a homegrown show, is celebrating a decade in Branson this season. After the group was formed they performed for 5 years and then opened their own show and theater in May 2000. The show features an old-style quartet made up of Koreiva, baritone Scott Fraker, bassist Tim Storms and tenor Casey Ellison. At this great show they also have one of the finest comedians in the business and Jarrett Dougherty is a very popular funnyman in Branson.
Please remember that even though the Roy Rogers Museum is permanently closed that Dusty Rogers along with his son Rusty are doing the Roy Rogers and Dale Evans remembered show from the Mickey Gilley Theater and this is a must see performanance as after the show Dusty comes out into the croud and tells stories and answeres any questions anyone might have about the family.