The Moon River Theatre is continuing Andy Williams’ legacy in 2014 with a stellar line-up of Branson shows.   A combination of old and soon to be new favorites will take the stage. 

Shows appearing at the Moon River Theatre include:
The Osmond Brothers:  The Osmonds American Jukebox Show comes to the Moon River Theatre stage in October.  You can look forward to listening to Osmond hits like “One Bad Apple,” “Love Me for a Reason,” “Down by the Lazy River” and other all-time favorites.  Dates are set for October 23-25, 30-31.
Daniel O’Donnell:  O’Donnell brings his popular combination of Irish folk, country classics and 60s rock ‘n roll to the Moon River Theatre for the Christmas season.  Performances are set for November 1-22.
Andy Williams Christmas Show featuring Osmond Brothers and Lennon Sisters:  Preserving the legacy of Mr. Christmas, this Branson Christmas show features holiday classics, a full band, dancers and a well-rounded cast of talented performers who bring the magic of Christmas to Branson. 
The Red Neck Tenors:  Comedy and real musical talent combine at The Red Neck Tenors.  Harmonies featured in the show range from gospel to country to Broadway to pop and classical.  They will perform select shows at the theatre May 2- December 6. 
Lennon Sisters:  America’s sweethearts of song – Kathy, Janet and Mimi Lennon – will perform their most popular songs, share stories and be joined by other talented members of the Lennon Family.  They will perform October 20-22, 27-29. 

Rick Thomas:  Thomas has a 15 year tenure in Las Vegas and performances in more than 50 countries under his belt.  He has also been named Magician of the Year and Stage Magician of the Year by the Academy of Magical Arts.  His show, which will open March 28, will feature grand illusions in his own unique style.

The Lettermen:  Formed in 1959, The Lettermen are responsible for 16 top 10 singles including the No. 1 Billboard hit “When I Fall in Love.”  Another big hit was “The Way You Look Tonight” in 1961.  The Lettermen will perform October 7-18 at 8pm.

Sha Na Na’s Rockin’ Christmas Show:  The Sha Na Na’s gained popularity in the late 1970s, when there was a resurgence of 1950s nostalgia.  They hosted several variety shows during that time, and are well known for their trademark 50s attire, as well as performances of songs from that era.  They’ll recreate those classic shows November 24-December 6.

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