Musicians often cultivate a dynamic stage persona by filling their shows with multiple costume changes, elaborate choreography, and family-vacation slideshows. Feast your eyes and ears on a thrilling performance with this GrouponLive deal to The New Clay Cooper Theatre in Branson. Choose from the following options:
- For $34, you get two general-admission tickets to "Clay Cooper's Country Music Express," valid for 10 a.m. and 8 p.m. shows through August 31 (a $68 value).
- For $65, you get four general-admission tickets to "Clay Cooper's Country Music Express," valid for 10 a.m. and 8 p.m. shows through August 31 (a $136 value).
- For $30, you get two general-admission tickets to "Red, Hot…& Blue," valid for 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. shows through August 31 (a $62 value).
- For $59, you get four general-admission tickets to the "Red, Hot…& Blue," valid for 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. shows through August 31 (a $124 value).
A Branson performer since the tender age of 16 and a former member of the all-kids group the Texas Goldminors, country singer Clay Cooper continues to satisfy his unrelenting appetite for stage lights with his multimedia variety show, held in the newly relocated Clay Cooper Theatre. During "Clay Cooper's Country Music Express," Cooper lassos 20 of his entertainment peers and escorts them to the stage for a family-friendly performance that fuses country music, comedy, and old-fashioned rug cutting. Comedian Matt Gumm aims for funny bones as he morphs into wacky characters wearing eclectic costumes, and Johnny Lonestar, a cowboy from New York, exhibits daring feats of gunslinging, trick roping, and saddling a live-action subway car. A six-piece band, eight-piece dance ensemble, and energetic percussion routine round out the lively shindig.
In its 17th season, "Red, Hot…& Blue" takes onlookers on a musical journey through the ages with fully choreographed performances of airwave-dominating hits from the '40s through the '80s. The elaborately costumed cast of eight entertainers dresses itself in flapper dresses, pompadour wigs, and bellbottom jeans while crooning and boogieing to tunes played by a live band. Against a lit-up backdrop, the troupe of triple-threats shimmies across the stage as it belts out hits such as "Rock This Town" by the Stray Cats, "All That Jazz" from the musical Chicago, and Donna Summer's "Hot Stuff," a cautionary tale about stealing apple pies from windowsills.