His name is different. His show is different. And audiences all over the world love them both.
Dudu Fisher is a Broadway star, well-known for his stunning portrayal of Jean Valjean in Les Miserables. He has entertained royal families in Britain and Thailand and has recorded nearly forty albums.
Last year Fisher performed in Branson, bringing audience members to their feet in applause. Hundreds begged for him to return. He says, “I have fallen in love with Branson and I am thrilled that so many folks think my show will do well here.”
Born and raised in Israel, Fisher is the son of a holocaust survivor whose father was saved by a non-Jewish family. His show, called “Jerusalem” tells the difficult story of Israel’s capital and the spiritual center for Christians, Jews and Muslims. Audiences are captivated by the drama of the story, told through visual effects and music performed by world-class musicians backing Fisher’s soul-stirring voice.
His name is different. His show is different. And Branson audiences are going to love them both.