See Tovah Feldshuh in her acclaimed production of Becoming Dr. Ruth opening at Safra Hall in the Museum of Jewish Heritage beginning December 4th and running thru January 2. A love letter to one of the bravest, cleverest and funniest women of our time, Dr. Ruth Westheimer. Tickets here
The Episcopal Actors’ Guild (EAG) is thrilled to welcome Sign of Four Productions to the Guild Hall stage on Thursday, December 9 for a LIVE and IN-PERSON one-night-only dramatic reading of The Blue Carbuncle: A Sherlock Holmes Christmas Adventure, adapted by Andrew Joffe from the short story by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Picture it…December. London, 1889. A recently-married Dr. Watson visits his friend, Sherlock Holmes, to convey his Christmas greetings, but both become involved in solving the theft of a priceless gem – secreted inside a goose – which they pursue all over London. Pay-What-You-Will tickets are available at ticketstripe.com/eag-sherlock-christmas. All proceeds will go to benefit the charitable programs of EAG and NYC’s professional performing artists in need.
Singer-musician Colm Reilly leads the New York Irish Center (NYIC) in a dinner-show holiday celebration, “New York Croons for Christmas,” on Friday December 10, at 7pm. The warmly-regarded Reilly, whose father, Paddy Reilly, co-founded the Center in 2002 with Father Colm Campbell, is backed by a distinguished quartet comprised of the leading jazz players Sean Harkness (guitars); Sara Caswell (violin); Jennifer Vincent (bass, cello), and Kevin Garcia (drums). Joining Reilly in this concert filled with jazz-inflected holiday classics, are the special guest singer-performers Wendy-Lane Bailey, Joseph Jones, Kathy Kaefer, Carolyn Montgomery, and Clint Morris. Tickets are $60 (includes buffet dinner) visit www.newyorkirishcenter.org
SAVE THE DATE for Encompass New Opera Theatre in a Musical Salute to Chita Rivera and Danny Burstein on January 30, 2022 at The National Arts Club. Tickets Here