The Late Show with David Letterman Comes to Branson

Do you have a skill that you think is truly rare? Does your pet have an amazing trick? If so, your chance for fame has arrived! The Late Show with David Letterman will be in Branson on June 27 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Branson Landing to hold an open casting call for his Stupid Human Tricks and Stupid Pet Tricks segment of his show.

There are no admission or entry costs, but the casting call is first come, first served. There is no age requirement, but participants under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent of legal guardian. The auditions begin at 11 a.m. and end promptly at 2 p.m.

For those who are bringing pets, they must bring sufficient water, pets must be kept on a leash or in a kennel and be under control of their owner until the audition time, and owners must provide up-to-date vaccination information.

Participants who are chosen will receive an all-expenses paid trip to New York for their appearance on the Late Show in front of a live studio audience and millions of at-home viewers.

Contestants must review the full list of official rules for the casting call, which can be found at Tricks must be safe, fun, and unique, and pets must be treated humanely. Release and waiver forms must be signed by every participant.

The casting call is being put on by the Late Show with David Letterman, KOLR-10 Springfield, KSFM Ft. Smith, KHTV Little Rock, and the Branson Convention and Visitors Bureau. There is no guarantee that David Letterman will actually be at the casting call. offers a variety of lodging in Branson for both you and your pet by Branson Landing and at other parts of the city. You can explore a list of options here.  Also, if you want to catch one of Branson’s famous shows like the Jim Stafford Show or SIX, you can purchase your tickets here.

16 thoughts on “The Late Show with David Letterman Comes to Branson”

  1. First, Price is Right, and now David Letterman – Branson seems to be the place to get television contestants.

  2. I think I miss this one also, but either way I don’t think I would’ve gone, I work evenings…I;ve never being to a late night show, so it would have being nice, maybe see a real actor or singer some one famous…

  3. I never stay up late enough to watch his show, But its a good one. They should play it early for the old folk like me.

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