Known as the "First Family of Branson," the world-renowned violinist Shoji Tabuchi, wife Dorothy, and daughter Christina embody the talent and showmanship qualities that make it an outstanding, Branson worthy production.
This high-quality show promises top-notch performances that cover a wide variety of musical genres from classical, gospel, 50's and 60's hits, and for fun, they even throw in some current selections.
Shoji, a world-class violinist, has comprised a band of some of the most amazing musicians from around the world, and nearly every member holds at least one degree in music. Dorothy has worked with some of the best choreographers to showcase an elite group of dancers with dance routines that are truly a work of art. You'll see rope twirling cowboy numbers and polkas, to name a few of the treats. The show rivals any you would find on Broadway.
About the Theater
The other star of this show is the theater itself, where even the restrooms are works of art. The ladies' room boasts fresh orchids at each onyx and granite sink, with faucets of gold, a ceiling that is a reproduction from the 1890's Empire Period with chandelier, and other accents including stained and jeweled glass. The men's room offers a billiard table, fireplace, and leather seats.