GTS Theatre

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1220 Port Drive, Myrtle Beach, SC 29577     843-765-4386
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About GTS Theatre

Ready for a new experience in Myrtle Beach? GTS Theatre is a new show venue which presents shows like no other place in town.

Located by Jammin’ Leather in Myrtle Beach, this once Western-themed building has undergone a full transformation to a 1920’s-style Parisian cabaret theater. The popular theatre hosts a variety of shows, which change from season to season.

Currently, these are the shows that GTS Theatre is offering:

Motor City Musical (All Year)

Take a step back in time to the 60’s and 70’s with Motor City Musical at GTS Theatre. This show boasts performances that highlight the history of Motown through song. The audience is encouraged to sing along to favorite songs by The Four Tops, the Jackson 5, the Temptations, Martha and the Vandella’s, the Supremes, and more!


Beach Party – 60’s Tribute Show

Have a blast singing along to tunes from the 60’s with this family-friendly show featuring Beach Party Music from The Beach Boys, General Johnson, The Drifters, Chairman of the Board, Jan & Dean, Nancy Sinatra, Connie Francis, and many more! Elvis will also makes a special comeback appearance during the show. This almost 2-hour show is sure to have you dancing in your seat. Celebrate your vacation with this feel good show that is wonderful for all ages.

Neon Lights – Celebrating Decades of Country Music 

This show highlights the history and origin of Country music, tracing its roots throughout time. Country music stems from folk tradition from England, slave ships from Africa, poor and isolated living in the mountains of Appalachia, and the rural South. This show at GTS Theatre will take you through decades of Country music with songs by Dolly Parton, Johnny Cash, Patsy Cline, Willie Nelson, Garth Brooks, The Judd’s, Reba McEntire, and many more. You’ll be sure to be boot scootin’ and two steppin’ the night away. 

Michael Bairefoot – Comedy Magician

Michael Bairefoot combines his years of experience as a magician with his hilarious comedy for this “stand up act on steriods” at GTS Theatre. Guests will enjoy music, magic, comedy, and even audience participation during his performance. Known as the “most award winning magician in the U.S.” Bairefoot will take audiences on a magical journey which will amaze and astound.

Crazy Country Christmas – Holiday Variety Show

Crazy Country Christmas is Christmas in Dixie with a unique twist! This show combines a mixture of comedy and holiday classics that is fun for the whole family. The audience at Crazy Country Christmas will enjoy popular Christmas songs as well as traditional Country Christmas songs. The show features a story of a country family as they share what Christmas means to them. Listen to songs like Grandma Got Run Over by a Reindeer, Baby It’s Cold Outside, I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus, and many more to get you in the Christmas spirit. 



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GTS Theatre Reviews

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Wanda user
Motown at its best!

Fabulous and very entertaining! Night full of memories and music! User
Wanda user
Motown at its best!

Fabulous and very entertaining! Night full of memories and music!

Bonnie user
Motown Review

A great show! Voices spectacular! A great evening of entertainment

Gail Rooney user
Motown Musical 10/10/18

Fun, energetic, amazing singing and dancing! Loved this show and audience participation!

Beach Lover user
Motor City Heaven

Please, please go see the Motor City Musical. Absolutely amazing show that will have you laughing and dancing in your seat or on the theatre floor. If you love anything about Motown or just want to experience powerful, highly trained voices, please check out GTS.


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