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Saturday, December 10, 2011

Holiday show a family affair at the Hughes Brothers Theatre in Branson MO

By Tyler Francke, Branson Tri-Lakes News
The “Hughes Brothers Christmas Show” is among the minority of Branson’s entertainment scene this time of year in that it is a full holiday presentation.

During this season, many other theaters present half of their regular season show and half of a Christmas show, or intersperse seasonal material through the production.

Jason Hughes, second-oldest brother, said there are several reasons his family “doesn’t hold back at all” when it comes to Christmas.

“The first show we ever did in Branson was a Christmas show,” he said.

In fact, he said the holidays have always been the busiest season, in terms of number of shows for the Hughes brothers, who have been performing since they were children.

But, Jason Hughes said the decision to present a show that was entirely Christmas-themed went beyond the fact that the brothers happened to have a lot of holiday material.

“Personally, we feel like there’s just so much to present when it comes to Christmas,” he said. “I think it wouldn’t have the same feeling if we tried to squeeze all that into half of a show.”

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Sunday, June 12, 2011

Branson Performers help out with Joplin clean up effort

Posted by Kale Garner of KOAM TV and Fox 14

The support is coming from everywhere now dozens of Branson performers will participate in the Joplin relief effort during a Branson cares telethon.

We will air that telethon on Sunday, June 26th but today Angela Garcia met up with a number of those performers who are already getting started.

The sound of chainsaws and stacking debris aren't typical sounds coming from these Branson entertainers.

A handful of performers put their normal jobs on hold to help clean up Joplin neighborhoods.

"we're glad to be here glad to help out however we can- good way to spend the weekend. The silver lining in all of this is that so many people can come together and do some good together. It just makes you feel good inside."

The Hughes brothers signed up to volunteer through their church

They will also participate in the Branson Cares Telethon.

This was the first time many of the performers had been in Joplin since the tornado hit.

"I just couldn't believe the devastation. All the trees torn apart. The buildings leveled, uh pieces of metal and buildings wrapped around trees. It's hard to believe. It's completely different to see things first hand than to see it on the news or see pictures of it. "

Tim Dutton and his wife volunteered through the boomtown days event.

They signed up for the race which was then changed to a clean up day after the tornado.

"Many of the Branson performers say they offer relief to people through their entertainment. After seeing the devastation in Joplin they knew they had to bring their effort here."

"The one thing that can never be taken from us is our hope. And that's something that we can all give as Branson entertains. We entertain- but being able to come up here and let the people know that even as far away as Branson- that we're thinking about them we care enough that we wanna come up here, clean up and help them rebuild."

Wednesday, May 4, 2011

A trip to Branson goes beyond the expected (from the St Louis Post-Dispatch)

By Amy Bertrand for the St Louis Post-Dispatch

Here are a few excerpts from the story:

"I'll admit I was curious. In the weeks preceding our trip to Branson, I had heard opinions on the "Live Music Capital of the World" from several dozen people."

"Branson, it turns out, is both everything I expected and nothing I expected."

"Obviously, we barely scratched the surface of all there is to see and do in Branson."


"Sure, Branson features plenty of famous singers and variety shows, but I wanted to try something different."

And here's a little bit of what she had to say about our friends JEERK who perform at the Hughes Brothers Theatre:

"This unexpected hit, named Best New Show last year by, was a favorite of every member of my family." (and there's the entire story at

Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Hughes Brothers Show is Open For Hot Winter Fun!

Starting Friday, February 4, the Hughes Brothers Show will be open at 8pm, Tuesday through Saturday through March 5. (closed February 26). Be sure and come join us and kick those winter blues: