Dec 16 all-day Theatre For Young America
Saturday shows at 2 pm, all others 10 am or noon. Check site for showtimes. The Herdman kids are a rough and tumble bunch who create mayhem wherever they go. Cast in the church’s annual Christmas pageant, they bring their own unique interpretation to the familiar events. Remarkably, they help everyone rediscover its true meaning.  
Dec 17 all-day Coterie Theatre
NOTE DIFFERENT TIMES FOR DIFFERENT PERFORMANCE DAYS A stage adaptation based on the television special of the same name, this story by Charles Schulz puts Charlie Brown on a mission to bring out the true spirit and meaning of Christmas. A live jazz trio accompanies the show, and Snoopy meets up with the Red Baron in a “special encore.”
Dec 17 all-day KC Repertory Theatre
NOTE DIFFERENT TIMES FOR DIFFERENT PERFORMANCE DATES The extensive cast includes Gary Neal Johnson, reprising his role as Ebenezer Scrooge, and Walter Coppage, Peggy Friesen, Taylor Harlow, Shanna Jones, Victor Raider-Wexler, Matthew Rapport, John Rensenhouse, Vanessa Severo, Rusty Sneary, Jake Walker … and more.  
Dec 17 all-day Musical Theater Heritage
NOTE DIFFERENT TIMES FOR DIFFERENT PERFORMANCE DATES. A few of MTH’s favorite things, according to its website, are singing, dancing, show tunes, and Christmas. Its annual seasonal show promises all of these, with holiday-themed songs from the musical-theater repertoire as well as classics.
Dec 17 all-day Unicorn Theatre
NOTE DIFFERENT TIMES FOR DIFFERENT PERFORMANCE DAYS. World-famous French actress Sarah Bernhardt, of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, took on many roles in her time, including Hamlet. We learn all about that Shakespearean undertaking in this full-length comedy, a non-Christmas show at the Unicorn that gives KC audiences a decidedly different option.
Dec 17 all-day Theatre For Young America
Saturday shows at 2 pm, all others 10 am or noon. Check site for showtimes. The Herdman kids are a rough and tumble bunch who create mayhem wherever they go. Cast in the church’s annual Christmas pageant, they bring their own unique interpretation to the familiar events. Remarkably, they help everyone rediscover its true meaning.  
Dec 17 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm Spencer Theatre
By Charles Dickens Adapted by Geoff Elliott Directed by Jason Chanos Kansas City’s beloved holiday tradition returns with all the heart and spectacle you’ve come to love over 39 years. Join Ebenezer Scrooge on his redemptive journey with Christmas Past, Present, and Future, and rediscover the true meaning of the holidays. You’ll meet the Cratchits, Tiny Tim, and the irresistible...
Dec 18 all-day Coterie Theatre
NOTE DIFFERENT TIMES FOR DIFFERENT PERFORMANCE DAYS A stage adaptation based on the television special of the same name, this story by Charles Schulz puts Charlie Brown on a mission to bring out the true spirit and meaning of Christmas. A live jazz trio accompanies the show, and Snoopy meets up with the Red Baron in a “special encore.”
Dec 18 all-day KC Repertory Theatre
NOTE DIFFERENT TIMES FOR DIFFERENT PERFORMANCE DATES The extensive cast includes Gary Neal Johnson, reprising his role as Ebenezer Scrooge, and Walter Coppage, Peggy Friesen, Taylor Harlow, Shanna Jones, Victor Raider-Wexler, Matthew Rapport, John Rensenhouse, Vanessa Severo, Rusty Sneary, Jake Walker … and more.  
Dec 18 all-day Musical Theater Heritage
NOTE DIFFERENT TIMES FOR DIFFERENT PERFORMANCE DATES. A few of MTH’s favorite things, according to its website, are singing, dancing, show tunes, and Christmas. Its annual seasonal show promises all of these, with holiday-themed songs from the musical-theater repertoire as well as classics.
Dec 18 all-day Unicorn Theatre
NOTE DIFFERENT TIMES FOR DIFFERENT PERFORMANCE DAYS. World-famous French actress Sarah Bernhardt, of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, took on many roles in her time, including Hamlet. We learn all about that Shakespearean undertaking in this full-length comedy, a non-Christmas show at the Unicorn that gives KC audiences a decidedly different option.
Dec 18 all-day Theatre For Young America
Saturday shows at 2 pm, all others 10 am or noon. Check site for showtimes. The Herdman kids are a rough and tumble bunch who create mayhem wherever they go. Cast in the church’s annual Christmas pageant, they bring their own unique interpretation to the familiar events. Remarkably, they help everyone rediscover its true meaning.  
Dec 18 all-day Quality Hill Playhouse
Performance times vary by date; all performances take place at either 1 p.m., 3 p.m., or 7:30 p.m. Pianist and emcee J. Kent Barnhart accompanies vocalists Lindsey McKee, LeShea Wright and Tim Noland in a revue that spans musical styles.
Dec 18 all-day The Living Room Theatre
Our annual family-friendly hit holiday musical comedy is back! Macey Maid-a-Milking seems to be the only person in all of Christmastown to sense that something strange is going on; toys are coming out wrong, soldiers are out in force, and there must be an awful lot of naughty children, because coal production is higher than ever. Driven by a mission...
Dec 18 @ 2:00 pm Chestnut Fine Arts Center
This group of professional Christmas carolers offers three performances of holiday songs. December 18 @ 2:00 p.m. December 19 @ 7:30 p.m. December 20 @ 7:30 p.m.
Dec 18 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm Spencer Theatre
By Charles Dickens Adapted by Geoff Elliott Directed by Jason Chanos Kansas City’s beloved holiday tradition returns with all the heart and spectacle you’ve come to love over 39 years. Join Ebenezer Scrooge on his redemptive journey with Christmas Past, Present, and Future, and rediscover the true meaning of the holidays. You’ll meet the Cratchits, Tiny Tim, and the irresistible...
Dec 19 all-day Coterie Theatre
NOTE DIFFERENT TIMES FOR DIFFERENT PERFORMANCE DAYS A stage adaptation based on the television special of the same name, this story by Charles Schulz puts Charlie Brown on a mission to bring out the true spirit and meaning of Christmas. A live jazz trio accompanies the show, and Snoopy meets up with the Red Baron in a “special encore.”
Dec 19 all-day KC Repertory Theatre
NOTE DIFFERENT TIMES FOR DIFFERENT PERFORMANCE DATES The extensive cast includes Gary Neal Johnson, reprising his role as Ebenezer Scrooge, and Walter Coppage, Peggy Friesen, Taylor Harlow, Shanna Jones, Victor Raider-Wexler, Matthew Rapport, John Rensenhouse, Vanessa Severo, Rusty Sneary, Jake Walker … and more.  
Dec 19 all-day Musical Theater Heritage
NOTE DIFFERENT TIMES FOR DIFFERENT PERFORMANCE DATES. A few of MTH’s favorite things, according to its website, are singing, dancing, show tunes, and Christmas. Its annual seasonal show promises all of these, with holiday-themed songs from the musical-theater repertoire as well as classics.
Dec 19 all-day Unicorn Theatre
NOTE DIFFERENT TIMES FOR DIFFERENT PERFORMANCE DAYS. World-famous French actress Sarah Bernhardt, of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, took on many roles in her time, including Hamlet. We learn all about that Shakespearean undertaking in this full-length comedy, a non-Christmas show at the Unicorn that gives KC audiences a decidedly different option.
Dec 19 all-day Theatre For Young America
Saturday shows at 2 pm, all others 10 am or noon. Check site for showtimes. The Herdman kids are a rough and tumble bunch who create mayhem wherever they go. Cast in the church’s annual Christmas pageant, they bring their own unique interpretation to the familiar events. Remarkably, they help everyone rediscover its true meaning.  
Dec 19 all-day Quality Hill Playhouse
Performance times vary by date; all performances take place at either 1 p.m., 3 p.m., or 7:30 p.m. Pianist and emcee J. Kent Barnhart accompanies vocalists Lindsey McKee, LeShea Wright and Tim Noland in a revue that spans musical styles.
Dec 19 all-day The Living Room Theatre
Our annual family-friendly hit holiday musical comedy is back! Macey Maid-a-Milking seems to be the only person in all of Christmastown to sense that something strange is going on; toys are coming out wrong, soldiers are out in force, and there must be an awful lot of naughty children, because coal production is higher than ever. Driven by a mission...
Dec 19 all-day Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts
Offering a performance The Washington Post has described as “positively oozing charm”, this KC tradition continues at the Muriel Kauffman Theatre. If you haven’t caught it before, expect astounding choreography, extravagant costumes, and pure stage magic. The Kansas City Ballet is the must-see event for locals.
Dec 19 @ 2:00 pm Chestnut Fine Arts Center
This group of professional Christmas carolers offers three performances of holiday songs. December 18 @ 2:00 p.m. December 19 @ 7:30 p.m. December 20 @ 7:30 p.m.
Dec 19 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm Spencer Theatre
By Charles Dickens Adapted by Geoff Elliott Directed by Jason Chanos Kansas City’s beloved holiday tradition returns with all the heart and spectacle you’ve come to love over 39 years. Join Ebenezer Scrooge on his redemptive journey with Christmas Past, Present, and Future, and rediscover the true meaning of the holidays. You’ll meet the Cratchits, Tiny Tim, and the irresistible...
Dec 20 all-day Coterie Theatre
NOTE DIFFERENT TIMES FOR DIFFERENT PERFORMANCE DAYS A stage adaptation based on the television special of the same name, this story by Charles Schulz puts Charlie Brown on a mission to bring out the true spirit and meaning of Christmas. A live jazz trio accompanies the show, and Snoopy meets up with the Red Baron in a “special encore.”
Dec 20 all-day KC Repertory Theatre
NOTE DIFFERENT TIMES FOR DIFFERENT PERFORMANCE DATES The extensive cast includes Gary Neal Johnson, reprising his role as Ebenezer Scrooge, and Walter Coppage, Peggy Friesen, Taylor Harlow, Shanna Jones, Victor Raider-Wexler, Matthew Rapport, John Rensenhouse, Vanessa Severo, Rusty Sneary, Jake Walker … and more.  
Dec 20 all-day Musical Theater Heritage
NOTE DIFFERENT TIMES FOR DIFFERENT PERFORMANCE DATES. A few of MTH’s favorite things, according to its website, are singing, dancing, show tunes, and Christmas. Its annual seasonal show promises all of these, with holiday-themed songs from the musical-theater repertoire as well as classics.
Dec 20 all-day Unicorn Theatre
NOTE DIFFERENT TIMES FOR DIFFERENT PERFORMANCE DAYS. World-famous French actress Sarah Bernhardt, of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, took on many roles in her time, including Hamlet. We learn all about that Shakespearean undertaking in this full-length comedy, a non-Christmas show at the Unicorn that gives KC audiences a decidedly different option.