July 27, 2022Branson Regional Arts CouncilNo Comments15948 Views The Branson Regional Arts Council presents one of the most anticipated comedy musicals in years… Something Rotten! Producers Karie Dykeman and Kim Hale are excited to once again be working with Director Jacob Estes and the talented BRAC production team for this outrageous crowd-pleasing musical. Caitlin Secrest returns
July 25, 2022Branson Regional Arts Councilone Comment12721 Views Americanna Magness was a beloved Champion of the Arts in the Ozarks. On April 2, 2020, Americanna quietly passed from this life leaving behind a legacy of hard work and dedication to several area organizations including the Branson Regional Arts Council. First Presbyterian Church of

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July 25, 2022Branson Regional Arts CouncilNo Comments12612 Views The Branson Regional Arts Council is excited to announce the cast of their upcoming production of Hello Dolly! with twelves (12) public performances Sept 8 – 25, 2022 at the Historic Owen Theatre. Reserved seat tickets are on-sale now at BransonArts.org/tix. The
July 11, 2022Branson Regional Arts CouncilNo Comments12722 Views Wahzhazhe is a contemporary ballet that mesmerizes audiences from the first beat of the rhythmic drums to the final curtain close. Audiences are surprised by the powerful storytelling, and even those who are not ballet lovers return to the show repeatedly to
July 6, 2022Branson Regional Arts CouncilNo Comments12863 Views The Branson Regional Arts Council presents the first annual 10-Minute Play Series at the Historic Owen Theatre this Sunday, July 10th at 7pm. The 10-10-10 will encourage local writers and directors of all skill and experience levels to practice their art in