Nov. 29-Dec. 3
Second Citys Non-Denominational
Chicago’s famed sketch and improv comedy theater returns with The Second City’s Non-Denominational Christmas Show, an irresistibly festive new show that will have you laughing all the way through the holidays.
Wilson Theater at Vogel Hall, Marcus Center
Through Dec. 10
Next Act Theatre:
The Secret Mask
George and his father haven’t spoken for years, until his father needs help after a stroke. Each man must make sense of the past while facing an uncertain, newly-entwined future.
Next Act Theatre
Through Dec. 17
Holmes and Watson
Dr. Watson travels to a remote mental asylum where three men have recently been admitted, each claiming to be the late Sherlock Holmes. Quadracci Powerhouse, Milwaukee Repertory Theater Complex
Through Dec. 23
Milwaukee Chamber Theatre:
Miracle on South Division Street
A staunchly religious mother of three is the caretaker of her family's local claim to fame: a 20-foot shrine to the Blessed Mother. One fateful Christmas Eve, her daughter announces that she's writing a one-woman play about the real story. Studio Theater, Broadway Theatre Center
Through Dec. 24
A Christmas Carol
Don't miss Milwaukee's favorite holiday tradition, A Christmas Carol. The whole family will enjoy this tale of love, hope and redemption with just the right blend of beautiful music, lively dancing, stunning sets and eye-popping special effects. It's a dazzling Christmas feast with enough theatrical goodies to fill any sized stocking hung by the chimney with care.
Through Dec. 27
Skylight Music Theatre:
This heartwarming, family-favorite Broadway musical has won seven Tony Awards.
Cabot Theatre, Broadway Theatre Center
Through Jan. 7
Scrooge in Rouge
A troupe of 23 players is about to embark on a musical adaptation of ‘A Christmas Carol’ when 20 of them come down with food poisoning, leaving only 3 to put on the entire show!
Through Jan. 14
Murder for Two
Co-written by Milwaukee High School of the Arts graduate Joe Kinosian, Murder for Two is the perfect blend of music, mayhem and murder.
Milwaukee Repertory Theater Complex
The House Without a Christmas Tree
World Premiere! Fifth-grader Addie has never had a Christmas tree, but this year, she decides to change that and teach her grumpy father a thing or two about the Christmas spirit. Adapted for the stage by Waukesha Civic Theatre's own Doug Jarecki.
Waukesha Civic Theatre