Doesn't anyone wait until after Thanksgiving to get into the Christmas spirit anymore? Yes, Cannery Row Company waits. But only a day. At this annual tree lighting, there are family-friendly seasonal festivities including visits with Santa.
Ten years after its debut on Broadway, the play Superior Donuts comes to MPC Theatre. It’s the story of an apathetic former white radical who runs a donut shop and a young and enterprising black man who shows up one day asking for a job.
However accurate the depiction of Evita is in her namesake musical, elements of the work—like its narration of by revolutionary Che Guevara, plus memorable songs like "Don't Cry for Me Argentina," have endeared the production to many an audience.
Carmel’s PacRep Theatre is heating up the stage with Chicago, the Musical, the longest-running American musical revival and the longest-running American musical in the history of Broadway.
But there’s one gift from the Irish that everyone enjoys: people dancing really fast while keeping their arms stiff at their sides. An Irish Christmas features plenty o’ dancing, led by Caterina Coyne (of Riverdance fame).
6. Moss Landing Art and Holiday Sale—Moss Landing, Saturday
Have you considered that instead of gifting your loved ones with mass-market commercial crap, you can instead gift them with something unique and handmade and local this coming holiday season? Like paintings created by rescued sea lions?
In a two-day affair, vendors sell everything from loose beads, to handcrafted jewelry, to unpolished stones, minerals and crystals. Plus, there are even repair booths to save your favorite pair of earrings or precious family heirlooms.
The brainchild of orator, narrator and local bard-in-residence Taelen Thomas will have a spectacular aerial ballet routine by dancer Erin Carey set to Thomas' presentation of Robinson Jeffers' nihilistic poem "Hurt Hawks" and more.
Remember MTV in the early 2000s? Then consider this lineup a throwback to the days of felt fisherman’s hats and/or oversized baseball hats, falsetto-drenched songs, real crazy auto-tune, heavy intros—it’s a whole mood, OK?
Straight from the improv mecca of Chicago, The Second City sends out their holiday tour to make audiences laugh all over the country. This holiday-themed show revolving around the infamous "ugly sweater" that creeps into year-end parties.