The Midtown playhouse plans four comedies, three history plays, two tragedies, one from Dickens and a wild card.
At Serenbe Playhouse, Shakespeare’s great tragedy becomes a modern war, set outdoors amid trees and a waterfall.
Also scheduled in 2017 are a zip-lining “Robin Hood,” a new adaptation of “The Sleepy Hollow Experience” and the return of “The Snow Queen.”
What to see? What to do? It’s really up to you and what makes your holiday sing. If we planned your weekend, it’d start with 7 Stages’ Home Brew and include Aurora’s “Christmas Canteen,” “Frog and Toad” at Synchronicity; and the one-of-a-kind Libby Whittemore at Actor’s Express.
This week’s top picks: Actor’s Express introduces three new plays — by S.M. Shephard-Massat, Johnny Drago and Lee Nowell — in its Threshold series, plus openings at Stage Door Players, Synchronicity and Theatrical Outfit.