Melinda's Magical Mansion has been closed. The theater will re-open
in 1999 as the Grand Mansion.
As of the end of 1998, the theatre has been leased to Syncor Entertainment (the same folks who have the Grand Palace and Wild West Show).
Melinda has taken her show to Las Vegas.
Melinda's Magical Mansion is home to Melinda First Lady of Magic where she perfoms her stage show. The stage show includes many of the poplular illusions from her TV show and her international tour. Ranked by USA Today as one of the top three magicians in the world. The other two are David Copperfied and Sigfried & Roy. Melinda is the first woman inducted into the Movie and Magic Hall of Fame in 1995.
Location: North of the Strip, W. SR 76, near the intersection of 248 and Shepherd of the Hills Expressway on the way to Reeds Spring.
General: 3,000 seat theater. Open March thru December.
Three full size Frederick Remington bronze Arabian horses grace the entrance to this state-of-the-art venue. The lobbies are beautifully deocrated and are the most spacious in Branson. All seats have unobstructed views of the stage. The mansion is a wonderful example of Georgian architecture. Previously called the Branson's Magical Mansion and the Wayne Newton Theatre.
Theater: Located on top of the hill overlooking the valley and away from the traffic, the theater is one of the nicest venues in Branson. It boasts the country's third largest proscenium stage. The seating, both orchestra and balcony are perfectly balanced. State of the art lighting and sound.
Theater is wheelchair accessible. There are 55 designated handicapped parking spaces.
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