For many years this theater was the Branson home to Boxcar Willie, but when he became ill in 1998, the Duttons took it over ... More
Dutton Family Theater
For many years this theater was the Branson home to Boxcar Willie, but when he became ill in 1998, the Duttons took it over and have since changed the name. Other things are changing too. The decor no longer consists primarily of railroad memorabilia; although some of that still remains, the interior is slowly being transformed to fit the new performers. One thing that has not changed, however, is the style of music performed here: country and western. The Dutton Family is very talented, and their singing and dancing will have you tapping your feet and clapping your hands. This is a great show to catch while you are in town.
Our family, including our 3 and 5 year old daughters, went to see the show by the Dutton's tonight. Our expectations were exceeded, and everyone was entertained the entire evening. The family is multi-talented, and is extremely engaging... We enjoyed every single portion of the show.
The kids were free, because of a coupon I had, and that made our cost under $60 for the 4 of us to see the show. I honestly would have paid at least twice that amount for such an awesome show.
You have to try the fudge... We got some at intermission. MMMMMM... The sugar free is as good as the stuff with sugar. And at $3 a pound, it is really the best deal in Branson. The refreshments were priced EXTREMELY reasonable... Not movie-theater or typical theatre prices. I got myself a cappuccino for $1.25 and popcorn for $2.
Go, take the whole family. You won't be disappointed.
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