This week’s best bets: Dec. 10-16, 2015

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.

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This week's best bets: Dec. 18

If all you want for Christmas is a good holiday show, you’re in luck. Atop our wish list: “Lyle the Crocodile” at Synchronicity Theatre, “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer” at the Center for Puppetry Arts and “The 12 Dates of Christmas,” in its last weekend, at Aurora Theatre.

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This weekend's best bets: Dec. 24

With this week’s column, we say thank you and goodbye to Chris Kayser, for his 16 years as the Alliance Theatre’s Ebenezer Scrooge. If you’d like a non-holiday outing, try Synchronicity’s family-friendly “Peter Pan & Wendy.” Mark your January calendars for “The Only Light in Reno” at Georgia Ensemble Theatre and the TDP Legacy Concert, spotlighting talented instrumentalists developed through a forward-looking ASO initiative. Merry Christmas, everyone.

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This weekend's best bets: Dec. 12

If you’re not in the holiday spirit, hold on, 7 Stages “Krampus Xmas” is coming! Until then, give into the merriment of holiday shows and a few choices that are season neutral: Synchronicity’s “Peter Pan & Wendy” and Ballethnic’s “Elevate Remix.” Both will have you flying.

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This weekend's best bets: Dec. 5

Both “Peter Pan & Wendy” at Synchronicity Theatre and a free evening of storytelling at Theatrical Outfit are new and worth your time. And you can’t go wrong with the Alliance Theatre’s “Christmas Carol” or Atlanta Ballet’s “Nutcracker.” The usual holiday suspects continue on as well.

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