About Pierce Arrow Theater
For 15 years, Pierce Arrow has been the Branson show all others are measured against and this year brings it’s most ambitious
and electrifying show yet.
Pierce Arrow strives to have the HOTTEST SHOW in town. While also being touted as one of Branson’s most family friendly shows.
You will always find great music that you know and love as well as rock the house gospel music. While laughing your socks off.
The wardrobe is custom and hand made for each of the cast members individually by our very own tailor from Las Vegas Nevada.
When the gowns come out the sun glasses will go on!
Plus …. There is NEVER a show that goes by without our heart felt tribute to our Veterans.
Entertainers from all walks of life
Guinness Book of World Records holders
American Idol winners
Branson Funniest comedians
Hand picked entertainment for the NFL Dallas Cowboys
The very best male and female vocalist from all over America.
The Pierce Arrow Theater has no doubt Branson’s most elaborate
staging and lighting. While it is not Branson’s largest stage, Pierce
Arrow has invested more money per square foot on their stage than
any other theater in Branson. A moving stage and unique special
effects are truly what makes the Pierce Arrow show an unforgettable experience.
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Pierce Arrow Theater Frequently Asked Questions
Are guests allowed to meet and greet the performers?
Yes, they are. The entertainers are available during intermission and after the show.
Are cameras, audio or video recording allowed at the Pierce Arrow show?
Flash photography is allowed. Due to copyright laws, no audio or video recording is allowed.
How long is the intermission of the Pierce Arrow show?
Intermission is 15-20 minutes.
What type of parking is available?
All parking is free to guests. Some parking is on level ground, some is not. Senior patrons may want to be dropped off at the door of the theater for convenience purposes.
How long is the Pierce Arrow Show?
The show is approximately 2 hours.
What is the size of the Pierce Arrow Theater?
There are 855 seats total.
How many rows of seats are at the Pierce Arrow Theater?
There are 24 rows.
Is there a pre-show guests should be aware of?
There is no pre-show at the Pierce Arrow show.
Is handicap seating available?
Yes. The Pierce Arrow Theater is completely handicap accessible and has handicap seating for disabled patrons.
Pierce Arrow Theater Review
The Pierce Arrow Show in Branson, Missouri
is a spectacular display of music, comedy and special effects. Their theater is definitely one of the nicest in town, and the matinee show I attended had one of the biggest audiences I had seen. After seeing the show, I realized why their show was so full – it’s because they’ve got one of the best shows in Branson!
Jarrett Dougherty, Pierce Arrow’s resident comedian, starts the show and had me laughing out loud in a matter of seconds. Pierce Arrow then took the stage, to the tune of confetti, smoke and flashing lights for a spectacular introduction and even better set of country and gospel hits. A little bit of everything is covered in their show, though, evident by the likes of song choices like “Pretty Woman,” “Can’t go Home,” by Bon Jovi and Bob Seger’s “Take it Easy.” However, I thought the band really shined during their gospel selections, which included the moving “I can only Imagine,” “Elizabeth," and “Spirit in the Sky.” They were also joined by Desta, the woman songstress of the show, for a rousing rendition of “O Happy Day,” which highlighted the entire crew at their best.
The mix of Jarrett Dougherty’s comedy, including a skit featuring lotto winner Claude Hopper, with Pierce Arrow’s vocal stylings is a winning combination that has proved to be extremely popular. I came away from the show a fan, and I believe the show emphasizes the importance of God, Country and Family in a very honorable, yet entertaining way. Branson’s Pierce Arrow show
also has a moving tribute to veterans, beautifully orchestrated to showcase the sacrifices made.
The Pierce Arrow show is a Top Ten Must-See Branson Show.