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Shoji’s Back! Branson Welcomes 25 Days of Christmas with The Tabuchi’s!

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Shoji’s Back!  Branson Welcomes 25 Days of Christmas with The Tabuchi’s!

Branson is thrilled to announce the return of Shoji Tabuchi!  On Monday, October 22, “25 Days of Christmas with The Tabuchi’s” will begin a limited-engagement run at the Clay Cooper Theatre - with the last performance scheduled for Friday, December 21.  Shoji and Dorothy Tabuchi, along with their immensely talented daughter, Christina Lingo-Tabuchi, are producing a show that’s sure to delight everyone who’s ever enjoyed a Branson holiday show, and win over any newcomers to Branson and the Shoji entertainment legend.

The new Christmas production will be sensational, dazzling, full of gorgeous costumes, and loaded with lots of sparkle and pizzazz...long-time fans will understand, it’ll be a “Shoji” show in all its brilliant glory!  Expect high energy music and dancing delivered by a talented cast of artists, beautiful sets, and all the things that make Christmas a truly favorite time of year for shows in Branson. Executive Producer, Dorothy Tabuchi, manages the production behind the scenes, while Christina juggles several roles, including Vocal Director, Dance Captain, Producer and, of course, the singing star of the show, alongside the one-and-only, and truly unforgettable, Shoji Tabuchi!  

Shoji is known around the world for his incredible musicianship as a fiddle player, for his friendly and humble nature, and for those stunning jackets...his talent has been witnessed on the Grand Ole Opry stage more than two dozen times, and he’s been featured on Good Morning America, Regis and Kathie Lee, and 60 Minutes, among other popular shows.  Shoji has also been recognized in TIME Magazine, The Wall Street Journal, and USA Today, performed for U.S. Presidents - George W. and George H. W. Bush, and with legendary country artists, including Dolly Parton, George Jones, Mel Tillis, Tammy Wynette, and the Man in Black himself, Johnny Cash.

If you’re like everyone else who loves to visit Branson - everyone who loves living here - and absolutely everyone who loves a great live Christmas show, then you’ll be thrilled to know that Shoji Tabuchi is back for the holiday season, and we’re completely jazzed about it!  Don’t wait too long to get your seats reserved for “25 Days of Christmas with The Tabuchi’s” at the Clay Cooper Theatre, because they’re sure to be this season’s hottest ticket!