Saturday evening we stopped at the Uptown Diner, a 50's style diner, for a good old fashioned meal before heading to The Osmond Brother's Theatre for a show. The Osmonds were not in town but the show, Magnificent Variety, was performing in their theatre. This was an outstanding music show, showcasing the music of seven decades from the 1940's to the present. In addition to the band the troop consisted of nine performers, including the husband and wife team who lead the show. Overall they had 300 costume changes during the show. Here is "Sonny and Cher" doing the song "I've got you Babe".
On Sunday we managed to do some shopping. Joanne made her regular trek to the outlet malls to her favorite store, Bon Worths. In Branson there are two outlet malls and each of them has a Bon Worths so we did make both of them. While she shopped at the first one I made my way to a Wal Mart to get some stuff to do some minor repairs to the coach. After a relaxing afternoon at the coach we headed out to another show, this one a play. It was a musical production with all the music written by Neil Sedaka. There was a cast of six plus an on stage band. It was an enjoyable evening of good music. (Here, the lead character, Del Delmonico, opens the show.) Monday morning saw us back on the road with our return trip home.