BroadwayGirlNYC Picks: Holiday Events!

BroadwayGirlNYC Picks: Holiday Events!

December means the holidays, and the holidays mean lots of special events in the world of Broadway!  For an extensive list, BroadwayWorld's calendar has all multiple options for every day of December and beyond.  Since no one can be everywhere at once, here are this holiday season's official BroadwayGirlNYC picks for the best of NYC's theatre events!  (On December 12, you'll have to flip a coin.)

December 10 & 11

Daniel Reichard's Christmas Present

Jersey Boys' original Bob Gaudio (now singing with the Midtown Men) presents his fifth annual holiday concert.

December 11, 18, & January 2

Jackie Hoffman's A Chanukah Carol

"The kvetching comedienne is forced to examine her life when she is visited by the Ghosts of Chanukah Past, Present and Future, as well as Molly Picon."

December 12

Christmas Eve with Christmas Eve

Ann Harada, Avenue Q's original Christmas Eve, returns with her annual holiday show, to benefit BC/EFA.

December 12

New York City Christmas: A Benefit for ASTEP

Starring Raul Esparza, Sierra Boggess, Sherie Rene Scott, Chester Gregory & more, to benefit Artists Striving to End Poverty

December 15

Eight Days More: a Les Mis Tribute to Hanukkah

Seth Rudetsky and Matt Cavanaugh star in this one-night-only special.

December 18

New York City Gay Men's Chorus Holiday Concert featuring Lillias White

The Tony winner joins the NYCGMC family for an uplifting concert of holiday singing in jazz and gospel styles. 

December 19

Broadway Sings for Toys

The Broadway Boys will be joined by Patina Miller, Nick Adams, Megan Hilty & more in a benefit for Toys for Tots.

December 26-29

Angelina Ballerina: The Very Merry Holiday Musical

Bring the kids to the holiday version of this cute musical for kids, and extend the family Christmas celebration beyond December 25.

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BroadwayGirl NYC A passionate observer of all things theatrical, @BroadwayGirlNYC via her blog and on Twitter has helped to lead the way of interaction between fans, shows, industry insiders and performers in the brave new world of Showcial Networking. Her unique and positive take on Broadway has broken news, gossip and has helped to shine a light on the ever-growing presence of all things theatrical on Twitter and beyond to her thousands of followers. Along with constant updates, she also pioneered the extremely popular #SingleOnBway campaign which brought together theatre fans in a new and unique way, setting up 'blind dates' as part of a ticket giveaway.