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Sunday, August 16, 2009

Dashing to the shows in Branson Missouri

By Dale Richter
Post-Bulletin, Rochester MN


Last fall, a group from Eastwood's New Horizons Club journeyed to Branson, Mo., the live entertainment capital of the world.

There are 52 state-of-the-art theaters with more than 100 different shows appealing to all ages, with music from nearly every era and style performed by rising young entertainers and legendary stars.

Beginning the first week of November, when we were there, and running through Christmas, the shows devote at least half of each performance to holiday-themed music, sets, costumes and production numbers.

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About the writer
Dale Richter is retired from Mayo Clinic.
Getting there: By motorcoach.
Where he stayed: Radisson Hotel in Branson.
Where to eat: Landry's Seafood House, Tony Z's Italian Restaurant, College of the Ozarks Keeter Central Restaurant, Andy Williams' Moon River Grill, and Hard Luck Cafe.
Travel tip: The dress is very casual.

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