“You’ll shoot your eye out!” has become synonymous with “Merry Christmas!” thanks to Ralphie’s Christmas wish for a Red Ryder BB gun in A Christmas Story. Sunset Playhouse in Elm Grove presents a stage adaptation of the beloved film, Thurs. Nov. 29 through Sun. Dec. 23. Tickets are $25 online, with $12.50 value nights Nov. 29 and Dec. 12, or call 262-782-4430.
Now that Black Friday has passed, its time for more heartwarming holiday traditions. Enter Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol from The Rep. Bring the whole family for this timeless tradition, staged at the Pabst Theater Thurs. Nov. 29 through Mon. Dec. 24. Tickets range from $15 to $45 online or at 414-224-9490.
Youngblood Theatre will use the vast, creative space of The Milwaukee Fortress for their newest production,Cartoon. The play follows the chaotic disruption of peace in ToonTown, and is intended for mature audiences. Running Fri. Nov. 30 through Dec. 15, tickets are $15 online or call 414-369-2375.
In Tandem Theatre pokes fun at Midwestern tradition and charm withA Cudahy Caroler Christmas, a “hilarious homage to bowling, beer, friendship and forgiveness.” The musical runs Wed. Nov. 28 through Jan. 5. Ticket prices vary, and shows are already selling out; see the full schedule and purchase tickets online or call 414-271-1371.
UWM’s PSOA presents Uncommon Women and Others, highlighting a group of women as they reminisce about their college days in the early 1970s. Second-wave feminism serves as the backdrop of their self-discovery. The play runs Fri. Nov. 30 through Dec. 9. Tickets are$8 online or call 414-229-4308.
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