Moody: Holiday Shows To See Before It’s Too Late
DENVER (CBS4) – A lot of great holiday shows will be closing soon and CBS4 Critic at Large Greg Moody found the ones to catch before they end.
“Home for the Holidays” is a holiday spectacular featuring music from across the decades, energetic dance routines and more.
“Presented by Starkey Theatrix and directed by Denver favorite Paul Dwyer, the show captures the spirit of the season for the entire family,” said Moody.
It’s playing at the Lone Tree Arts Center just south of East Lincoln Avenue and South Yosemite Street in Lone Tree.
Also on the boards through Sunday at the Temple Buell Theatre is “Cirque Dreams – Holidaze,” a different take on the traditional holiday show.
Original music, 300 costumes and 20 different acts of amazing acrobatic agility fill the Buell stage.
“It’s fun, it’s different and it is very family friendly,” said Moody.
The show is on stage through Dec. 22.
“A Christmas Carol” is in the Stage Theatre through Dec. 29.
“A Christmas Carol The Musical” is at the Arvada Center through Dec. 22.
“The SantaLand Diaries” is at the Garner Galleria Theatre through Dec 24.
The very special “Colorado Christmas” presented by the Colorado Symphony runs all weekend long at Boettcher Concert Hall.
And of course, “The Nutcracker” from the Colorado Ballet runs through Dec. 28 at the Ellie Caulkins Opera House.
– Greg Moody is CBS4’s Critic At Large. His reports on CBS4 News are featured on the CBSDenver.com Entertainment section.