Are you sitting around asking yourself where is the one place I can go in Myrtle Beach for country music, Bluegrass mixed with Motown, Broadway staples, dancing, clogging and even the feisty comedic stylings of a little old lady?

Well, we've got the answer for you - the Carolina Opry!

Since openings its doors in 1986, the Carolina Opry has had nearly 8,000 performances and achieved critical success both in South Carolina and across the nation.

What makes it so entertaining? Well, take it from someone who went this week as a first-timer; it's the professionalism. These are quality singers belting out tunes made famous by the likes of Garth Brooks, Elvis Presley and the cast of "Les Miserables."

They're backed up by a quality band who doesn't miss a beat. If that wasn't enough, even the lights, sound and lasers are all top notch.

Interspersed with the musical numbers are some comedy acts. One cast member was disguised as the aforementioned sweet old lady, taking pot shots at husbands, children and the effects of age on our bodies.

There's also the impressive clogging stylings of the local group All That! These four gentlemen achieved national recognition when they participated in the first season of NBC's "America's Got Talent."

Also bringing something new is "American Idol" finalist LaToya London, who is performing with both the Carolina Opry and Good Vibrations cast through Sept. 7, 2013.

What this all adds up to is an entertaining night on the town. So, if you're new to the Grand Strand, seek out the Carolina Opry. You won't regret it. By the way, toe-tapping is mandatory!

Shows are nightly at 7:30 pm., except for Sundays when the theater is closed. Click here for tickets.

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