Things to Do by The Shepherd of the Hills Playhouse Theatre in Branson, Missouri

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Looking for a night of mystery and fun? WhoDunnit Hoedown puts on the biggest wing ding around. During the show, legendary fiddler Squeeky Bowman meets his demise. See if you can figure out “who dunnit” in this hilarious Branson murder mystery dinner show. Keep your eyes peeled as you enjoy a delicious homestyle meal, charismatic cast and family-friendly laughs. Details
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Experience the authentic charm of the Great American Chuck Wagon Dinner Show! This isn't your ordinary dinner show in Branson, Missouri; it's a true cowboy chuckwagon dining adventure. Delve into an evening filled with timeless cowboy melodies, duel fiddles, gun twirlin’, and a side-splitting comedy show. Details
Let the Million Dollar Quartet take you back to 1956 in the Sun Records Studios, when Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Carl Perkins, and Jerry Lee Lewis came together for the best jam session in music history. Based on the Tony award-winning production, this smash hit is equally a stage drama and live performance—a night of Rock’n’Roll over a delicious dinner! Details
Start your morning with Goldwing Express, an award-winning band of three brothers and their father, originally from Okmulgee, Oklahoma. Listen to bluegrass, country and gospel music, and hilarious entertainment live at the Goldwing Express Morning Show. With decades of performance as a family band, they never miss a beat delighting an audience. Details
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Step into the magic of the season with A Christmas Story Dinner Show at Shepherd of the Hills' Playhouse Theater in Branson, MO! Join the heartwarming story of young Ralphie as he dreams of the perfect Christmas gift—a Red Ryder BB gun. Delight in iconic scenes from the classic movie and a delicious holiday meal. Make this show a family Christmas tradition! Details
A Shepherd’s Christmas Carol puts an original twist on a Charles Dickens classic tale. Enjoy a scrumptious turkey dinner with all the trimmings and laugh along with beloved characters from The Shepherd of the Hills as they remind a curmudgeonly Ollie Stewart of the true meaning of Christmas. This family-friendly show is sure to become a holiday tradition! Details
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