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There are plenty of options for fans of the performing arts in Myrtle Beach.
Dino's TV Variety Show is a cabaret style tribute to the "King of Cool: Dean Martin," complete with expert impersonations of Dean and his Golddiggers, and many fabulous performers including "Dolly Parton," "Ethel Merman," "Marilyn Monroe," "Carmen Miranda," and others, and stand up comedy by "Phyllis Diller." This is a family-friendly show Tuesdays and Thursdays in the StarLight Room at the 2001 Entertainment Complex. Dinner packages with Original Benjamin’s Calabash Seafood Restaurant are available. Learn more.
Many of the hotels have their own theatres on site. The Palace Theatre, for example, is part of the Broadway at the Beach entertainment complex. You can see Le Grande Cirque, one of the most popular shows in Myrtle Beach at The Palace Theatre.
In North Myrtle Beach, at the Barefoot Landing, there is the Alabama Theatre. Here you can enjoy music, dancing, and comedy six nights a week.
The Carolina Opry features the famous Calvin Gilmore musical variety show, continually updated with new music and comedy. In November and December you can see the Carolina Opry christmas Special.
For gospel performances and food, check out the House of Blues also located at Barefoot Landing in North Myrtle Beach. There is a Gosepl Brunch every Sunday morning starting at 9am. The House of Blues also offers a Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre, comedy shows, and teen nights.
The Theatre of the Republic, housed in a beautful historical building on Main Street in downtown Conway, is a non-profit amateur group that provides affordable theatre for the community. In addition to seasonal shows, Theatre of the Republic also presents holiday shows and children's theatre productions.
The Carolina Master Chorale, the Grand Strand's Voices of Passion, presents major choral performances throughout the year. Tickets are $15 in advance and may be purchased by calling the Chorale office at (843) 444-5774.
The Long Bay Symphony - The professional orchestra of Myrtle
Beach offers four Classical Concerts, two Chamber Concerts, and two Pops
Concerts during the symphony season. For more information call
843-448-8379 or online at www.longbaysymphony.com.