The heart of the show is Branson USA's first family of extraordinary musical entertainment....Shoji Tabuchi, his beautiful wife Dorothy & delightful daughter Christina (Dorothy & Christina on select dates). The family that plays, sings, & dances encompasses all the wholesome values of truly great family entertainment. Yet the show rivals the pure excitement of Las Vegas or New York.
With his sense of musical perfection, Shoji searched long and hard for the right professional musicians to form his band. It is with great pride & affection that he introduces each & every member, all of whom have one or more degrees in music. Their repertoire includes everything from country to classic, played with all the subtlety or verve, as the music demands, of a gifted musical organization.
The superb dancers are Dorothy's domain. Working with a renowned choreographer, & long hours of rehearsals, she has brought the dance company to a state of perfection that rivals any dance company in the world. Their creativity ranges from dancing with twirling cowboy ropes to lively polkas to dancing the Sugar Plum Fairy danced on toe during a special Christmas performance.
Since the days of the Old Testament, song has been an expression of joy, uplifting the spirit. The company's extraordinary vocalists exemplify that joy with lovely ballads, songs of the 50's and 60's, gospel,...all to the toe-tapping delight of the audience.
All is showcased in a theatre that is a phenomenona in itself...often called the "Showplace of Branson." Its decor is reminiscent of the grand theatre palaces of the 1930's. Even the restrooms have awed visitors.
The ladies' powder room is complete with wainscoting & ceiling reproduced from the 1890's Empire Period. To the ladies amazement, there are live cut orchids at every granite and onyx pedestal sink. Add to all that stained & jeweled glass & magnificient chandeliers!
The gentlemen's lounge is no less imposing, with black lion head sinks imported from Italy, black leather chairs & a marble fireplace. The billiard room contains a hand carved mahogany billiard table, a viewing gallery, & a burled walnut mirror that was built in 1868.
Exciting musical & variety entertainment in a palatial setting appeals to both the young & the young-at-heart. The Shoji Tabuchi Show is a colossal show in a scenic little Ozark Mountain town...a show that no visitor to Branson should miss!
From Highway 65, Exit Highway 248 West to Shepherd of the Hills Expressway. (SOHE) After Kentucky Fried Chicken, (SOHE turns North, turn left at stoplight (White Oak on left) follow Shepherd of the Hills for about 3-4 miles. The Shoji Tabuchi Theatre is located on the right. Alternate: (Take Highway 76 to Shepherd of the Hills Expressway, turn right go 3/20 of a mile, The Shoji Tabuchi Theatre is located on the on left.)