Don't waste your time or money. If we could have, we would have left early. Food was average and the show was amateurish.
Posted Sep 20 by A Google User
Went to Circle B in September. The Show was good and fun as all members of the family took part. The western movie at the pre-show would have been good if they had turned the sound up so you could hear it. The food was extremely disappointing. Tasted good, but very sparse on the plate. They offered seconds, but seems like they didn't really intend for you to take any We were expecting more of a meal like one of the other dinner shows in Branson where you leave totally satisfied and ready to tell everyone to go there. Overpriced for the meal!
Posted Mar 20 by A Google User
This was a first class dinner and show. Not highly advertised or promoted but well worth seeing!
The food was very tasty and plentiful. Delicious corn bread, roasted chicken, sausage, home-made baked beans, tater fries and spice cake for dessert. The show was western music performed by the some of the best musicians I have heard in Branson!
The comedy kept my wife and I in stitches. This show had the most interaction between the performers and audience of any show we have seen. Very family oriented and appropriate for children of all ages.
I highly recommend this show and intend to see it again when we come back to Branson next year, God willing.
P.S. Morgan was a great waitress.
Posted Dec 05 by A Google User
After reading the reviews the night before, we were most apprehensive about attending. GIVE IT A CHANCE! Yes, the building is old, Yes, there is no waiting area, but we enjoyed ourselves. This group did everything they could to help make the event fun. The food wasn't spectacular, but it smelled good, was hot, wasn't stingy, and filled us up. The more we let ourselves enjoy the show, the more we realized that the cheesy-ness was on purpose. It was supposed to be this way. It was a nice change of pace after 3 music shows. The actors came to pick on us in the audience, and if you were able to banter back - for example, I was Mary Thonn (the name they gave me at the start of the show). When Scrooge asked me what I did at the company, I told him I ran around. He shot back another zinger, and it garnered a laugh. When others did this too, it allowed us to have a part in the gags. Really, the level of cheesy-ness was great. If you enjoy Mel Brooks stupidity - silly - funny - jokester lines, it works. Much more like old style humor that Abbott & Costello, 3 Stooges, etc, and most importantly, the actors stayed in character. We'd go again, because no show will be the same twice.
Posted Nov 24 by A Google User
Oh my...where to begin... We went to the Murder Mystery Show at this theater. It was truly ridiculous. I cannot even believe they charge $$ for such pure rubbish. The acting was terrible, actors looked like they were just wearing regular clothes, didn't even bother with costumes. The jokes were NOT funny, cheesy, and poorly delivered. I was embarrassed just sitting there watching it as the actors stumbled over lines, noone laughed, and we all decided after the miserable chicken dinner that it was time to get up and leave. We were so glad we did, it was REALLY that bad. Terrible waste of $$, and even worse it was for my son's 13th b-day. :( He was excited b/c we thought it sounded cool, but who killed Mr. Scrooge became WHO CARES! DO NOT WASTE YOUR TIME OR $$. Not to mention the theater is old and run down, no waiting area for you to wait for the show to start...as your tickets tell you to be there 45 min early...um, no that was a joke, we were there before the actors were. SO LAME! Bummed we spent 140 on total junk. Way to go Branson, I cannot even believe they charge $$ for this. A high school play would have been wayyyyy more entertaining and well acted.