A Trans-Siberian Experience

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World Renowned Rock Opera Mixes with State-of-the-Art Technology to Bring New Entertainment and Younger Audiences to Branson This Season

(BRANSON, MO) — In an epic union of 21st century technology and classic music brilliance, the Branson Music City Centre opens the 2016 season with a rock opera in tribute to the world-famous Trans-Siberian Orchestra.

The show, which raised its curtains at 7 p.m., Thursday, May 5, is poised to breathe fresh air into the Branson entertainment scene, alluring a younger audience and families.

The theatre, redesigned with a “Digitally Immersive” technology, will be the first and only of its kind in the Branson area. The technology incorporates a jumbo 150-foot wide by 40-foot high digital projection set that is designed to play 180-degrees around the theatre, literally immersing the audience in scenes from the storylines that correspond with the music.

“The immersion allows the audience to see, feel, hear, and think the music,” said Martin Mitchell, General Manager of the theatre. “There will also be a front and rear projection video mapping special effects solution that will deliver state-of-the-art live action special effects that really have to be seen to believe or understand.”

The Immersion Theatre technology is the brainchild of Holoworx Productions. This theatre technology is only in 11 venues worldwide, two of those in the United States. Branson is one of them.

Complimenting and launching the technology is the St. Louis group, Denial 3. Touring as a Tribute to the Trans-Siberian Orchestra, Denial 3’s theatrical performances have been igniting stages nationwide for the last nine years. The founder and lead guitarist of Denial 3 has been endorsed by the Trans-Siberian Orchestra.

“Because of the nature of our show, the music genre, the technology that goes into building an immersive experience, we know that people 8 to 80 years old will want to come,” says Martin Mitchell, General Manager. “No one else offers this type of show or technology. We believe it will get our audience excited and keep them coming back to Branson.”


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