May
28

Branson, Missouri (May 27, 2010) – Branson Airport (BKG), the first privately developed and operated commercial service airport in the United States and the Branson JetCenter were honored to receive a visit from pilot, Michael Combs today. Combs started his journey April 8, 2010 in Salina, KS and is visiting all 50 states in 40 flight days, covering over 19,000 miles all in a Remos Light Sport Aircraft named “Hope One”.

After a few days of weather delays, Michael and wife Michele arrived at the Branson Airport around 3:30PM CST. Touted as the Flight for the Human Spirit, Michael says this journey “is a light for every man and woman. It is a beacon to children of all ages. It is encouragement for the depths of every soul to never, ever give up on their dreams.”

Combs had always dreamed of obtaining his pilots license, but after a serious illness that almost took his life in 2003, he was afraid he would never see that day arrive. After many years, he has now fulfilled that dream is over halfway through an amazing feat, the first flight of this magnitude to be attempted in a Light Sport Aircraft.

After a tour of the new Branson Airport and Branson JetCenter, Combs and his wife Michele were ready to be on their way, but the weather in Arkansas kept them in Branson overnight. The Hiltons of Branson and Branson Gray Line were kind enough to provide lodging and transportation, proving once again the famous Ozarks hospitality lives on.

To learn more about Michael Combs and this historic and inspirational flight, please visit www.flights.com and the Official Flight For The Human Spirit Fan Page on Facebook. For more information on Branson Airport please visit www.FlyBranson.com or call 1-888-FLY-BKG1 (1-888-359-2541)

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May
28
logo Joshua Hall
joshua@brettfamily.com
The Brett Family
1600 West Hwy 76
Branson, MO   65616

ONE NIGHT ONLY!

You’re invited to a FREE one night only VIP performance of The Brett Family Show 2010! We haven’t done a VIP night in the Ozarks community in 6 years, so it’s about time huh? In case you’re wondering, you are a VIP.

You can reserve seats for your VIP self and as many of your VIP friends and family as you’d like by phone, e-mail, or Facebook:

Phone: 417-336-4222
E-mail: vip@brettfamily.com
Facebook: post to the event wall

MAKE SURE TO INCLUDE FULL NAME AND NUMBER OF SEATS.

The show starts at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, June 9, at Dick Clark’s American Bandstand Theater. It’s going to be a ridiculously fun evening. Just leave your socks at home because we might knock ’em off! Can’t wait to see you! Spread the word!

P.S. If you’re working Wednesday night, you can come on Wednesday morning at 10:00 a.m. for the same wonderful FREE price. Just go through the same RSVP process as you would for the night show.

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May
27

Gail Lennon and the Buzz Boyz

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May
26

Branson Country USA Late Show

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May
26

Greetings from Bott Radio Network

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May
26

Celebrate America

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May
25

Wholesale Cash and Carry Show

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May
25

The Vagabond Stage Company & Vagabond Theatre Arts, with the cooperation of the Branson Parks and Recreation Department, are hosting “Masquerade:  A Fundraiser for Branson’s SHAKESPEARE UNDER THE STARS” to celebrate their second season.  The event will cost only $50 a guest, and will be held at The Majestic – formerly the Majestic Steakhouse – on Saturday, June 5th.  The event will run from 7pm – 10pm, and then the night will continue with a live band from 10pm – 12am.  The evening will include a wine and cheese reception, Silent Auction, cabaret style dinner and dessert, cash bar, entertainment, a ticket to one of the two Shakespeare Under The Stars summer productions, and a performance by special guest Carrie Tillis.  Deadline for making reservations to attend is Wednesday, June 2nd.  Semi-formal dress or costume, mask required, for a lovely evening out.  (suite and tie/ascot, or jacket, for gentlemen is recommended, limited amount of masks available for purchase at door.  For more information on masquerade attire go to www.vagabondstagecompany.com).  People won’t want to miss this opportunity to socialize, network, enjoy themselves, and learn more about the people bringing Shakespeare to Branson.

WHO:  The Vagabond Stage Company, Vagabond Theatre Arts, and other artists – with special guest Carrie Tillis.  The night ends with band:  “65 South”

WHAT:  MASQUERADE:  A Fundraiser for SHAKESPEARE UNDER THE STARS – $50.00 a plate.  ($10 admission after 9:30pm for those in area entertainment industry).  Semi-formal dress and mask for a lovely evening out.

WHEN:  Saturday, June 5th, 2010.  Wednesday, June 2nd deadline for reservations.

WHERE:  The Majestic – formerly the Majestic Steakhouse 2849 Gretna Rd, Branson, MO 65616

WHY:  To assist in the cultural, educational, and artistic development of the area.

Contact Information:  Vagabond Stage Company 1301 East Hwy 76 Mt. Branson, 65616  Michael J. DiPrizio, Artistic Director 417-527-0592

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SHAKESPEARE UNDER THE STARS Information Line:  870-426-4567

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May
25
logo Erin Wicker
erin.wicker@titanicattraction.com
Titanic Museum Attraction
417-334-9500
www.TitanicAttraction.com
3235 76 Country Blvd
Branson, MO   65616

Life-size Herd, Created from Fallen Hedge Branches,
Corralled for Premier Exhibit at Titanic Museum Attraction

– Art is where you find it, and Rachel Wilson discovered hers on the crop-and-cattle farm she and husband Kyle own and operate in Avilla, Missouri. Shaped from hedge-wood sticks found on their property, Wilson’s extraordinary horse sculptures have caught the attention of Missouri gallery owners and collectors. And starting July 1, Wilson’s work will be on public display at the Titanic Museum Attraction in Branson, announces museum attraction owner John Joslyn.

“I think our July visitors, especially the kids, will be surprised, and startled, by the realism and motion that Rachel has captured in her
imaginative, hedge-horse sculptures. Each ‘horse’ has a name and story to tell, from the large plow horse to the smallest of colts,” says
Joslyn. “Six sculptures will be herded together outdoors on Titanic’s grassy knoll, where they’ll appear to be grazing. They are so life-like
they’re bound to slow traffic,” he adds.

“Hedges — or Osage orange trees — were planted in rows and used for fences by early-day farmers,” explains Wilson. “We make gathering
the fallen hedge branches a family affair — my husband drives the truck, and our four kids and I ‘pick up sticks.’ Back in my studio, I wait for the pieces to ‘speak’ to me before I begin to give them the form and personality they dictate.”

Wilson grew up and attended school in Webb City, Missouri, where she learned the basics of drawing and painting. While in high school, she
entered a painting in and attended Arts Encounter 96, an art competition and exhibit sponsored by William Woods University. Her “Tomato Still Life” took first place. In her senior year, she was awarded the Thomas Hart Benton Art Scholarship by Missouri Southern State University, where she majored in studio arts. After a couple of years, she took time off to start a family. Wilson is currently enrolled at MSSU as a non-traditional student, in full pursuit of her artistic dreams. To view Wilson’s deer and bear sculptures and examples of her abstract, still-life and realism-style paintings, visit the artist’s website: rachelwilsonart.com.

Titanic Historical Fact: Two famous artists sailed aboard Titanic’s maiden voyage: Paul Romaine Chevre and Francis Millet. Chevre, a French sculptor, was on his way to Ottawa, Canada, for the unveiling of one of his statues. Millet, an American painter, sculptor, poet and
journalist, was returning home from vacationing in Europe. Both men were celebrated artists who enjoyed broad respect and admiration. Their paths took a sudden turn the night of the collision: One stayed the course, but the other lost his way.

The World’s Largest TITANIC Museum Attraction is the #1 permanent year-round family destination in Branson, Missouri. In operation for 4 years, it has welcomed aboard more than 2,200,000 million guests. The 17,000 square-foot ship-shaped structure is built half-scale to the
original Titanic and towers more than 100 feet above its anchored position on Highway 76. A 90-minute self-guided or optional audio tour covers 20 galleries on two decks displaying more than 400 priceless artifacts that once belonged to Titanic passengers or crew.

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Titanic-World’s Largest Museum Attraction
Ticket Information: 417/334-9500 • Toll Free: 800/381-7670
Located in the heart of Branson, 3235 76 Country Blvd & Hwy 165

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May
25
logo Fred Athay
fredathay@hotmail.com
Ozarks Murder Mysteries
417-559-5170
http://www.killerflea.com/
200 Jess Jo Pkwy.
Branson, MO   65616

For Immediate Release
Date: May 18, 2010
Contact: Fred Athay, 417-559-5170, fredathay@hotmail.com

Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre opens in Branson

Branson – It would seem that something goes wrong in every wedding. Usually these make for funny stories after the fact. But who would’ve thought that a death at a wedding would be good for so many laughs. And not just a death…a murder.

Detectives, clowns, millionaires and musicians converge in Til Death Do We Part, a new interactive comedy about a wedding gone wrong performed by Ozarks Murder Mysteries at the Circle B Theatre.

In ‘Til Death Do We Part, old loves, rivalries and ambitions surface as a wedding is interrupted by murder. Not only is the audience challenged to determine whodunit, they are drawn into the events themselves.

Guests interact with the characters during dinner – a pre-wedding reception provided by Showtime Catering, and later attempt to solve the mystery over wedding cake.

Fred Athay, managing director of Ozark Murder Mysteries, believes there is fertile soil for comedy theater in Branson, which is known more for music and comedy revues.

“It’s something very unique to Branson,” said Fred Athay, managing director of Ozark Murder Mysteries. “There isn’t really anything like it. I’ve thought for years that a show that’s scripted and well acted, yet interactive with the audience, would be successful here.”

Sam Hoover plays the lead role of Bruce Montgomery, the groom engaged to marry millionaire heiress Tina Louise, played by Kim Fertig. Other cast members include Kerry Richardson as the folksy father of the bride, Karen Richardson as the manipulative mother of the groom, Rick Swan as the ex-boyfriend, Angela Walker as the ex-girlfriend, and Blake Walker as the intoxicated judge. Other cast members include Tim Adkins, Heather Beyer, Sam Brotherton, Norma Judah, Jenna Murphy, Lisa Murphy, Jessica Nordberg, Lisa Straka, Nancy Town, and Amie White.

Athay says the response from the groups initial performances has been very positive.

“We’ve actually had people saying they haven’t laughed this hard in years,” Athay said. “The response has been really encouraging. The talent and the commitment of the cast tells me that this is really going to be great. But the audience response to the story itself is also really positive.”

Dinner shows are performed Sunday evenings at the Circle B Theatre. Doors open at 6 and dinner is served at 6:30. Call 417-336-1828 or 800-678-6179 for reservations.

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