As someone who had never been to the Pigeon Forge area, I was entranced by all the theaters and exhibitions in the area. I decided to go the the Grand Majestic and I was so glad that I did. The people in the cast were great, and the show is lively and fun. People know all the songs, and want to sing along. Not only that, they're encouraged to sing along some times, and it engages families and people of all ages. It's a great show to take your family to in the area.
The costumes are great and the dancing is very well choreographed. The people on stage seem to be enjoying themselves as much as the people off stage, and it's a great theatrical experience for all parties involved. The staging is wonderfully workable, and not too grandiose but not boring either. The music is canned, but still sounds great, and the premise of the show (a radio show from each era) is engaging and fun.
The negative reviews on here seem to be people who caught the show at a bad time, either for a performer or for themselves personally. I enjoyed the show immensely, and I would love to see it again if I were in the area. Traffic getting there is a problem on busy days or weekends, so make sure you leave a lot of time to find the theater and get there. Small crowds are possible anywhere, and with a cast that's giving you the big crowd feel for 20 people or 200 people, you can be sure that your experience will be totally worth it. Kids love it, adults love it, and it's a great show to see. Don't miss it.