The Toby Dinner Show
This summer, head to the Playhouse Theatre at the Shepherd of the Hills Historic Homestead to see the historic Toby Dinner Show! Discover the history of the Ozarks and the wonderful culture while you enjoy awesome entertainment and hilarious family-friendly comedy with a delicious dinner of mouthwatering Shepherd of the Hills cuisine.
Originally a unique traveling vaudeville comedy act in the 1960s, The Toby Dinner Show starred a different main character at each venue, depending upon the region of the country where the show was performed. First brought to the famous Branson 76 strip in 1969 by the talented Loyd Heller and his wife, Mollie, the show returns to Branson to provide incredible entertainment for the entire family. With a modern twist featuring its same beloved history and comedy, the show returns with a bang! The theatre is handicap accessible and you can enjoy making videos of the show and taking pictures for some really special lasting memories.
Bring out the entire family to take a trip down memory lane to early Branson performance history as you chow down on a delicious dinner while watching the brilliant show.
- What is included in the admission price for The Toby Dinner Show?
Dinner and the show are included in the ticket price.
- Approximately how long is The Toby Dinner Show?
The show lasts about 2 hours.
- In what theater is the show held?
The show is held at Shepherd of the Hills Historic Homestead.
- What type of parking do you have?
Free parking is provided.