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The Holiday season brings to mind the importance of preserving history and time-honored family traditions. No one understands that more than the Shepherd of the Hills. Here, in our 60th anniversary, we are proud to bring you our production, A Shepherd’s Christmas Carol. We invite you to enjoy a full... Read More
Award Winning Branson Murder Mystery Dinner Theater presents "MURDER BY EGGNOG" and gives Branson another hilariously live dinner theater experience this Christmas! Your ticket to this craziness comes with a full "ALL YOU CAN EAT BUFFET". "Murder By Eggnog", takes place in Branson somewhe... Read More
Branson Murder Mystery Dinner Theater presents “Murder at the Town Vote” and gives Branson another hilariously live dinner theater experience! You’ll find the same zany- crazy characters attempting to solve another unfortunate murder in Branson. We even have some of the same hilarious routines from ... Read More
From the bustling streets of Jerusalem to the raging Sea of Galilee, JESUS is an action packed musical stage adventure for the whole family! Join Peter, Nicodemus, Mary Magdalene, and a multitude of others as they journey alongside the most famous person ever to walk the earth. Witness the most mira... Read More
After decades of crushing Roman rule, the Hebrew people are losing hope. When will the promised Messiah come? Into the midst of this turmoil, young Mary is told she will bear God's son. Angels in heaven proclaim his birth; humble shepherds and regal kings pay him homage. Clearly this is no ordinary ... Read More
The Shepherd of the Hills Outdoor Drama is the action-packed live reenactment of the famous historical novel by Christian minister, Harold Bell Wright. Published in 1907, this beautiful story tells of life in the rugged Ozark Mountains of Missouri in the late 1800’s. Over 90 actors and ... Read More