Sight & Sound Theatres brings the Bible to life on Branson's largest stage. This one-of-a-kind family experience includes a 300-foot wraparound stage, 40-foot-high sets and an amazing variety of live animals. Playing in 2014: "Jonah."
The Springfield Cardinals, the AA affiliate of the St. Louis Cardinals, season runs Apr-Sep. When you catch a game at Hammons Field, you get a glimpse of what's next for the big leagues!
Fresh Gallery's "Fresh Air" Open Juried Competition is coming up!
The Green family, founders of national arts-and-crafts retailer Hobby Lobby, has amassed one of the worlds largest private collections of rare biblical artifacts. Passages is a 30,000-square-foot, interactive living-history exhibit that chronicles the remarkable story behind the Bible.
Since Marco Polos travels, the world has been swept away with the fascination of China. This epic show is an adventure, a love story, and many discoveries as told from Marco Polos journals. Showcasing original orchestration, amazing dance, acrobatics and magic The White House Theatre brings this incredible historic journey to Branson for its world debut.
Join us every Wednesday for the Best Happy Hour in SGF! NO COVER, NO ENTRY FEES, just show up and have some fun. See you there!
We are calling this one...Metal for Mom or Picture for Pops...
Based on the Oscar winning DreamWorks Animation Motion Picture and the book by William Steig. Join Shrek, an unseemly ogre and our unlikely hero, and his hyperactive, loyal steed, Donkey, as they set off to rescue the beautiful, if somewhat temperamental, Princess Fiona. Featuring wonderful new songs including Im A Believer, SHREK THE MUSICAL is dazzling, funny, irreverent and unforgettable while simultaneously delivering important life lessons that add even more color and heart. The world of fairy tales as we know it is turned upside down in this irresistible tale of adventure, laughter and romance. Music by Jeanine Tesori. Book and lyrics by David Lindsay-Abaire.
Mild. Raw. Breezy. Tempestuous. Like the season itself, the Spring Dance Concert is always fresh and bursting with life and energy. The program features an eclectic mix of new works, conceived by our faculty and performed by our students. Dance styles range from primal to classical to contemporary to experimental. They often integrate original music and narration, innovative costumes and backdrops, dramatic lighting and audio-visual effects. Whether whimsical or profound, gentle or exuberant, the pieces reflect the beauty and power of dance. Come and celebrate this fusion of body, mind, emotion and spirit!
Farmers Market of the Ozarks combines farm fresh goodness, hand-crafted products and local eateries, all in one location easily accessible to the Ozarks community. Shop for groceries, find unique gifts, have breakfast and lunch or enjoy some local music, all within the markets laid back atmosphere under the only permanent farmers' market pavilion in the Ozarks. The market accepts SNAP, debit and credit cards.
Scott has just returned home from two years overseas. Dad wants him to take over the family business, but Scott wants to be a full-time writer. To make matters worse, his brother is pushing him to get into a serious relationship. The End Came in Spring will take you on Scott's journey to discovering himself and God's will for his life.
Women In Sports Luncheon
Loyalty, perseverance, survival of the fittest. The same themes that Jack London brings to "The Call of the Wild" personify the career of former Navy SEAL and survivalist Cade Courtley. He will talk about his career as a military survivalist who led highly classified, high-risk operations around the world with SEAL Team Two and SEAL Team One. As part of the Big Read, Courtley will talk at 7 p.m. Thursday, April 24, at the Springfield Art Museum, 1111 E. Brookside Drive. Courtley also starred in the Spike TV/Discovery International original series "Surviving Disaster" in 2010. After his talk, he will sell and sign his book "SEAL Survival Guide: A Navy SEAL's Secrets to Surviving Any Disaster."
Directed by Dr. Robert Bradley
Camp out at beautiful Ritter Springs Park in your own camper, trailer or tent. Includes canoeing or kayaking, catch & release fishing, Dutch Oven cooking clinic and lunch, geocaching, hiking and more. Registration required one week in advance.