Like magic, poof WonderWorks Pigeon Forge Tennessee announces a new evening show!
Hundreds of thousands have enjoyed the tremendous nightly performances by Scraps and the rest of the cast of Hoot-N-Holler Dinner Show over the last 5 years, however Pigeon Forge is a destination whose visitors demand change.
In response to the need for change, Wonderworks has released the following:
Effective in 2011, we are happy to welcome “The Wonders of Magic” show, hosted by Terry Evanswood, as our permanent featured evening entertainment. As a company we remain dedicated to the entertainment and education of kids of all ages and look forward to the future of both WonderWorks and “The Wonders of Magic” brands. WonderWorks is committed to continuous growth and involvement by providing fresh and innovative experiences for our guests.
As the Hoot N’ Holler comes to a close at the end of 2010, WonderWorks is proud to have been the home of the Hoot N’ Holler Dinner Show for the past five years, and are thrilled with the success it has seen both within our local community as well as our visiting guests.
I was saddened by the news and wondered what was to become of the cast and support staff while so close to Christmas? Rest assured, I feel they will be watched after well. Rich Benjamin, whom works for Wonderworks as marketing director, and I go back several years. My observation is that Rich works from the heart and demonstrates unwavering dedication to not only the business he is works for, but more importantly the staff which he knows to be the life support of any business. When he told me he would do all he could to take care of the departing cast and staff, I knew they were in great hands. Rich works magic throughout the Pigeon Forge Smoky Mountains. He is a humble person whom places others above himself, coupled with a charasmatic personality and highly infectious can-do spirit. He’s the pillar in the business community that gets things done for the good of all.