| Breakfast: ||Breakfast in the hotel dining room. A different variety everyday!|
| Morning: ||LECTURE: Meet and ask questions of the marketing and PR expert to such stars as Yackov and Jim Strafford. Find out the behind the scenes occurrences and what goes into dealing with such large entertainment stars. What does it take to be a successful free lance image consultant? Presenter: Cindy Merry, Image Consultant
LECTURE on the history of tourism: A close look at how the concept of tourism has changed over the decades. From a time when the trip was the enjoyment to current day when the destination is more important. How has tourism built up towns into major cities and how a simple change of highway can destroy a town forever? How the recent financial situation affected travel has and what are travel agencies doing to survive this change? Presenter: Sarah Klinefelter, C of O Media Professor---
LECTURE on Theatrical Lighting: Take a close look at how lighting affects the performance in terms of attention, mood, blocking, and set design. Find out about new forms of lighting equipment and what exactly does a lighting technician does for the show. This discussion will give you a better eye for critique of performances and concerts. Presenter: Steve Judd, Lighting Engineer---
| Lunch: ||Lunch|
| Afternoon: ||LECTURE on Costuming:
Meet with a veteran wardrobe mistress and learn the tricks of the trade for the ever popular aspect of costume changes! Discuss the issue that 'Dressers' face in their position and the how do they deal with performers/directors/fabric. Dressers are responsible for assisting cast members with costume changes backstage, when necessary. They are often used to assist primarily with quick costume changes, where a character exits and must enter again very quickly wearing a different costume.
Presenter: Barbara Cox, Veteran Wardrobe Mistress
Travel to the Ralph Foster Museum! The Ralph Foster Museum is on the campus of the College of the Ozarks, a private Christian school. Known locally as "The Smithsonian of the Ozarks," the museum was named for Foster even though Foster wasn't involved with it until the 1960s, four decades after it had begun as a bird collection in a men's dormitory basement. Ralph was a radio mogul in southwest Missouri, founder of KWTO ("Keep Watching The Ozarks") and of the long-running Ozark Jubilee. One exhibit, the Ozark Mountain Music Pioneers Hall of Fame, honors people whose fame doesn't extend very far from here, such as Lloyd Presley, Bob Mabe, and Windy Luttrell. The History of the Ozarks in the Twentieth Century exhibit showcases regional luminaries such as Rose O'Neill (inventor of the Kewpie doll), Harold Bell Wright (author of "Ma Cinderella" and "God and the Groceryman"), and Mary Herschend (owner of Marvel Cave).
| Dinner: ||Chinese / American buffet with enough selections for those with specific diets|
| Evening: ||Attend a great performance of 'The Adventures of Marco Polo'! In 1271 A.D. the Italian explorer, Marco Polo, made his legendary trip to the ancient eastern mysterious nation of China. Following his father and uncle who were businessmen, their journey started from the West moving across the Middle East and finally overcoming many difficulties, arrived in China.
The Adventures of Marco Polo is an epic tale of exploration and wonder, love and loss in the stunning style of Cirque Du Solei. Coming to you from the same company that produced The Legend of KungFu, you can expect a show on grand scale, featuring a cast of over 50 worldwide performers, magnificent sets and extraordinary costuming!|