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Wednesday, April 7, 2010 as of 11:14 AM ET

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  • For just $39, you too can be serenaded over brunch by Greg Brady

    What do you do if you’re an aging star of much-loved ‘70s sitcom who has a driving need to entertain the masses (and, it should be noted, doesn’t receive a dime from residuals)?

    If you’re Barry Williams, AKA Greg Brady from “The Brady Bunch,” you slip on your blue and gold embroidered “Johnny Bravo” jacket , grab a microphone, and belt out a series of show tunes on a stage in deep in the Ozark Mountains.

    “It still fits!” proclaims Williams, who has taken up residence at the Yakov Smirnoff Theatre in Branson, MO.

    Fans who shell out $39 receive a brunch “like only Alice could make” and are treated to “music, dancing, fun and family.”

    “It’s a two-hour, interactive show,” a source tells “He sings songs from ‘The Brady Bunch,’ he tells jokes and the audience can ask Greg Brady questions.”

    Williams’ review includes plenty of references to his fictional groovy Southern California clan, home movies from the Brady kids and a menu that includes, “creamy delicious vegetable quiche, egg and cheese buttery croissant, au gratin potatoes, roasted ham, sausage, blueberry muffin, bottle of water and strawberry shortcake.”

    “Barry is very pleased to bring all of his talents together along with his live five piece band and his new multi-media show,” reads the web site. “Barry will not only entertain you, but touch your heart. Brady Brunch is truly up close and personal with Barry Williams.”

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