The Ozark’s only local late night talk show is hosting their first taping of 2020 Saturday night at the Gillioz Theatre with a national touring comedian, a Hollywood actor, and one of the region’s hottest local bands.
The Mystery Hour, a 4-time Emmy Award winning show, will be taping three new episodes starting at 7 p.m. with doors opening for season pass members at 6:30, single show ticket holders at 6:45.
“Ryan Gaul is very funny and people will recognize him from a lot of movies and TV shows. Erica is hilarious, plus we have magic,” host Jeff Houghton said in a statement.
Ryan Gaul has appeared in TV shows like Bajillion Dollar Properties, Superstore, House of Lies, and The Last O.G.. Erica Rhodes, a stand-up comedian who will also be performing at the Blue Room Comedy Club this weekend, will perform and be a guest. The third guest is Riggs, a magician who specializes in “close up” magic.
The musical portions of the show will feature some of the area’s most unique musical acts. SALT, one of the area’s top local bands, will be performing their new single “Middle of a War.” The Springfield Street Choir will make their syndicated television debut, and the Lancaster Station Vocal Group will also perform.
The show will also celebrate the success of the Great Ozarks Forgive-A-Thon, which raised enough funds to pay off $2.7 million in medical debt in the Ozarks.
Tickets for the show are available on the Mystery Hour website for $12, or at the door for $14.