Bram Stoker’s classic tale of Dracula comes to life this Halloween weekend as the Branson Regional Arts Council presents William McNulty’s thrilling stage adaptation of this horrifying novel. Nate Schaefer (Dracula) gives a biting performance with Aline O’Neill (Lucy) Performances for the PG-13 rated thriller are scheduled for Thursday, Oct
Branson area youth are invited to register to participate in an exciting musical show choir group called “Crescendo”. Under the supervision of the Branson Regional Arts Council, Crescendo Show Choir is a performance-based educational opportunity for students ages 9-12. Crescendo: “Meaning growing, as in swelling of sound, or becoming louder.”
The Branson Regional Arts Council and Forte Theatre Productions invite everyone to a free online virtual watch party of last year’s 2019 Shakespeare in the Park production of Hamlet, as performed live at Chad A Fuqua Memorial Park in Hollister, Missouri. This classic play features original music by Chris Skillern.
Triple Threat is the Branson Regional Arts Council’s new online conservatory which focuses on the three major areas of performance of musical theatre: Acting, Singing, and Dance. This new three week course gives the youth of our community the opportunity to study in these specific areas with local professionals from
The Branson Regional Arts Council is now accepting video submission auditions for it’s Halloween weekend production of Bram Stoker’s classic tale, Dracula, as adapted by author William McNulty. Actors over the age of 18 are invited to submit a video audition performing a short read for one or more roles