Hatfield & McCoy Christmas Disaster Show
A dysfunctional feud between two families and they have to bond together to keep their mayor from stealing Christmas from them.
That's the story of the Hatfield and McCoy Dinner Feud in Pigeon Forge. Kyle Scribner plans the sheriff Dolley Neal. He role was to help the mayor take the families cabins, but he spills the beans and then helps plot how to save Christmas.
"The two families come together to defeat the mayor. The mayor has some under minded business going on. He wants to take the Hatfield and McCoy's cabins. He's wanting to use me, the sheriff to do that," said Scribner. "I basically say hey here's what the mayor has planned and this is coming down and here's what you might want to be watching for."
The comedy of the two families just not getting along is part of what owner David Fee says will make you feel really good about your family.
"It makes you feel wonderful because if you think your family is dysfunctional come see the Hatfields and McCoys you're going to feel really good about your aunt, your uncle, your kids, every body fighting at Christmas," said David Fee, Fee Hedrick Family Entertainment Owner. "They fight they scream, you know what, they love each other and it's also the meaning of Christmas at Hafield and McCody Dinner Feud."
At the end they save their cabins and learn about the meaning of Christmas.
"It's got a few Christmas references from your favorite Christmas Movies.There's something for everyone in this one," said Scribner.
This approximately two-hour live show offers guests extraordinary country, bluegrass and gospel music. It also features award winning hillbilly musicians, cloggers, and an abundance of country cooking.
For more information about the show, visit www.HatfieldMcCoyDinnerFeud.com or call (865) 908-7469 (SHOW). The Hatfield and McCoy Dinner Theater is located at 119 Music Road between traffic lights 0 and 1 on the Parkway in Pigeon Forge next to the Titanic.