Shoji Tabuchi has been entertaining Branson visitors for 25 years. His incredible talents are put on display in a grand production featuring music and dance of virtually every style, including country, gospel, Cajun, big band, show tunes, fifties and classical. Cultural experiences are included as well during a special Hawaiian and Japanese segment.
At the core of the show is Shoji Tabuchi’s fiddle mastery. His versatility is one of his appeals as he excels on all styles of music. From “Cotton Eyed Joe” to “Bridge Over Troubled Water” to “Can’t Help Falling in Love” to “I Could’ve Danced All Night,” every song Shoji performs is beautifully done. There are many numbers featured in the show, including a Polka number, Broadway, the 50s, Gospel songs and even a special Christmas segment that gives visitors a special taste of what the Shoji Tabuchi Christmas Show is like.
Shoji Tabuchi’s wife Dorothy and daughter Christina also join him on stage on select dates to the delight of audiences.
There’s more to see at the Shoji Tabuchi Theater than just a show though. The theater itself – known as the “Showplace of Branson” – is one-of-a-kind and decidedly decadent. The bathrooms are legendary, as the men’s room has a pool table, and the women’s has a Victorian garden-style theme that is truly beautiful.