Some returning favorites are included in this year's "Christmas City Follies," now in its 13th year at Bethlehem's Touchstone Theatre, beginning tonight at 8 and running through Dec. 22. The high-spirited vaudevillian variety show directed by Jp Jordan features Touchstone founder Bill George's beloved character, "The Old Guy," coming to terms with difficult questions in his life. Follies veterans with the Touchstone Ensemble such as Mary Wright present "Little Red" in her quest for seasonal happiness. There’s the "Shopping Cart Ballet" and even a take on the Mayan Apocalypse.
For further info: touchstone.org
"America’s Romantic Piano Sensation" Jim Brickman delivers his annual holiday tour, "On a Winter’s Night," with humor, warmth, holiday favorites – plus his hits – on Friday at 8 p.m., at Miller (Allentown) Symphony Hall. His signature style has brought him Gold and Platinum albums, Grammy nominations and a Dove Award, to name some. He’s starred in four TV concert specials. Brickman devotes much time to charitable foundations for children, including Autism Speaks and UNICEF.
For further info: allentownsymphony.org
The annual Holiday & Pearl Harbor Remembrance Day Concert with the Allentown Band will be performed Sunday at 3 p.m., at Miller Symphony Hall. Featured artists are soprano Susan Boyer, pianist Michael Toth, and Summer Harmony Men’s Chorus with conductor Clair Neamand.
For further info: allentownband.com