The Toby Dinner Show
The Toby Dinner Show was first brought to the Branson 76 strip in 1969 by the talented Shad and Mollie Heller, and captured the essence of Ozarks entertainment at its best, showcasing the roots of Branson, Missouri, culture. The show grew in popularly so much that it was taken back on the road. Now, the show returns to the Branson scene with a bang, bringing back traditions from decades ago. So, head to the Shepherd of the Hills Historic Homestead where the entire family can see the return of this marvelous family-friendly comedy.
History of the Toby Show
This show got its start as a traveling vaudeville show with comedic displays and a focus on regional flair. It quickly captivated audiences across the country. The show follows the story of a main character whose identity was completely reliant upon the region of the country where the show was being performed. Whether it followed Toby as a lumberjack, a cowboy, or a farmer, this show has always been a great way to relax, unwind, and enjoy some classic entertainment.
Bring your whole family to Shepherd of the Hills Historic Homestead to take a dip into early Branson performance history and bring your appetite, because you will really enjoy the mouthwatering feast that awaits you.
The Toby Dinner Show is an experience not to be missed!
- What is included in the admission price for The Toby Dinner Show?
Dinner and the show are included in the ticket price.
- Approximately how long is The Toby Dinner Show?
The show lasts about 2 hours.
- In what theater is the show held?
The show is held at Shepherd of the Hills Historic Homestead.
- What type of parking do you have?
Free parking is provided.