Fall Show Schedules in Branson
The weather may be cooling off in Branson in the fall, but the shows are just heating up! The fall months are a popular time to visit Branson, with the crisp mountain air, beautiful hues of autumn, and the many fabulous shows playing at Branson's theaters.
The 50's at the Hop Show is a family favorite, transporting you back to the 1950s with poodle skirts, slicked back hair, and some of the most famous songs of all time. During this show, you'll enjoy the top hits from the decade performed by the fourteen member troupe, the Hoppettes, combined with great dance moves. Some of the songs you will enjoy include La Bamba, Hand Jive, and He's A Rebel.
You haven't seen the circus until you've been to a performance of the Acrobats of China featuring the New Shanghai Circus. This amazing show brings you a talented group of over forty performers who will amaze you with their performances. From Eastern dance and acrobatics to a lion dance, trapeze, and aerial ballet, this show has it all.
You don't have to travel all the way to Broadway to enjoy a Broadway-style show. At Broadway the Star Spangled Celebration, you will enjoy a high energy performance with intricate costumes, amazing choreography, and brilliant special effects. This show includes tunes from some of your favorite Broadway shows such as Oklahoma, Grease, Mama Mia, Cabaret, and more.
For a variety show unlike any other, catch the famous Hamner Barber Variety Show playing at the Hamner Barber Theatre on the Shepherd of the Hills Expressway. This award-winning show brings you a mesmerizing magic show, world-class ventriloquism, wonderful illusions, and song and dance, providing you with a full night of entertainment well-suited for your family.
The Shoji Tabuchi show features memorable performances by the whole Tabuchi family. You will enjoy a musical performance by the world-renowned violinist Shoji Tabuchi, as well as song and dance from Tabuchi's wife and daughter. This high-caliber show also brings you some of the top musicians in the world and choreography that is fit for the bright lights of Broadway. The show takes place at the Shoji Tabuchi Theater, an elaborate theater adorned by art throughout and accented by chandeliers, stained glass, and more.