Six consists of brothers Barry, Kevin, Lynn, Jak, Owen, and Curtis Krudsen who create a wide range of vocal and instrumental sounds with their voices alone throughout their two-hour musical show. The group performs at the Hughes Brothers Theatre. They have also performed on cruises since 1998 and recently took their show to Las Vegas.
Most of the year Six’s shows are at 8 p.m. Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays and 2 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Adult tickets ordered by phone are $39.37 each, including tax. Internet adult ticket purchases are $5 less. The student (age 12-17) rate is $17.69; children (3-11) pay $7.65; and those under 3 are free when sitting on an adult’s lap. Note: there is a $4.95 per order processing fee.
The 2 p.m. matinee shows do not include a meal. Dinner for the 8 p.m. meal and show combo begins at 6:30. Combo ticket prices are: $48.69 (adult); $36.19 (student); and $19.94 (child). The menu includes chicken or pork served with salad, roll, garlic and herb potatoes, vegetable medley, white chocolate champagne cake, and choice of beverage.
The Hughes Brothers Theatre is at 3425 W. Highway 76 in Branson, across from the Jim Stafford Theatre and next door to the Lodge of the Ozarks. The building used to be the Roy Clark Celebrity Theatre. Clark opened his theatre in 1983, becoming an early pioneer as a country music celebrity launching his own venue in Branson.