You'll be amazed by the incredible talent showcased by the Duttons as they sing, dance, and play a huge collection of instruments as part of their musical celebration, The Duttons Family Show.
The talent within this group is tremendous! After mastering the violin (at three years old), the kids moved on to the banjo, piano, guitar, and a variety of other musical instruments. You're in for a magical surprise when you see this outstanding and bright family perform on stage. No matter what your musical taste may be, this show is going to deliver you smiles.
You'll absolutely be delighted at Benjamin's clogging skills. Amy will amaze you with her range on the violin, moving from hoe-down to classical. Joshua excels at the harmonica and percussion instruments. Comedy lovers will appreciate Jonathan's antics as he gets the crowd rolling. Abigail plays Banjo, but Timothy plays all the instruments. Judith, Timothy's wife, is an impressive keyboardist, and the rhythm is done by Mom and Dad (Sheila and Dean).
The Duttons have made numerous appearances on television. PBS had a show dedicated entirely to them, and they made it to the top ten on America's Got Talent! When you combine the amazing musical skills, the side-splitting comedy, and the fabulous dance moves, you have a show that's sure to please everyone.
|Duttons Family Show|
|Available Now until 10/31/2017 View Detailed Schedule|
|The Duttons Family Show offers Branson visitors a variety show filled with delightful entertainment and amazing musical talent. With numbers that range from gospel to rock and everything in-between, there is something for everyone.|
|Duttons Family Christmas Show|
|Available 11/1/2017 until 12/6/2017 View Detailed Schedule|
|Once the Christmas season comes around, the Duttons add to their show a delightful Christmas segment. After the standards from the regular Duttons Family Show, the family transitions into Christmas classics like "Carol of the Bells," "Silent Night," and "Go Tell It on the Mountain." The kids will love Santa and his furry animal friends as they perform antics on stage. There is also a special tribute honoring Veterans.|