The holiday season is a time for family, but when the kids start bickering, and your crazy Uncle George starts arguing politics, it might be time to take your family to a show! This week's selections are culled from our Holiday Show Guide, which offers options for all ages and persuasions. From the kid-friendly "Christmas Spectacular" to the boozy "Imbible: Christmas Carol Cocktails," there's something for everyone to enjoy (even Crazy Uncle George!).
Featured Member Reviews: Holiday Edition
Every Tuesday we're turning the spotlight on some of our favorite member reviews. This week's favorites are for holiday themed shows, including "Holiday Inn," "Christmas Spectacular" and "Sing!"
See it if You want a feel good musical during the holiday season. To watch White Christmas being sung during the holiday season doesn't get any better
Don't see it if You don't like an old fashioned musical. There are moments where it can feel a little dated-
See it if You want to see a show that has been around for decades! I mean it is THE Rockettes! You want to Make some memories with your children.
Don't see it if You don't like cute stories or hate seeing amazingly talented ladies kicking!
See it if you enjoy high energy musical performances. The show combines South African traditional songs and instruments with Christmas carols.
Don't see it if you expect a plot or characters. This is a variety show with storytelling, singing and dancing as well as audience participation.
See it if You love the classics, but enjoy new twists. The music adds a new layer to the story
Don't see it if You are a purist. Things aren't exactly the same as your favorite Christmas story.
See it if you like a Christmas Carol, and caroling, and want to learn something about the history of cocktails and enjoy a few along the way.
Don't see it if you want a traditional rendition of the Dicken's classic, and don't enjoy holiday cocktails.
Xodi gave The Dead, 1904 a 95
See it if you want James Joyce Dinner Theatre in a sumptuous east side mansion and can afford the ticket price.
Don't see it if you hate immersive theatre, love only literal James Joyce and are bored by Irish politics