There’s No Business Like Show Business

School may almost be out, but the shows must go on! Whether its the traditional Rockettes or Nutcracker or the mashed up A Sleepy Hollow Christmas Carol, there’s a show for everyone this holiday season.

Get your kicks on with the Rockettes through December 30. The world famous Radio City Christmas Spectacular has been running for more than 75 years. To put that in perspective, Clint Eastwood was three and Betty White was a tween when the Rockettes first started a rocking.

If you’re nuts about the Sugar Plum Fairy, see George Balanchine’s The Nutcracker performed by the New York Ballet for just $20 through January 2; the American Ballet Theatre performs it at BAM on December 22-January 2; and the Westchester County Ballet does their production in White Plains on December 17-19.

Wintuk, a Cirque de Soleil show about a boy’s quest to find snow, is in its final season and ends January 2.

SANTAAAA. Discover your inner Elf through January 2 on Broadway.

No holiday would be complete without Charlie, Lucy, Linus, and the gang. See A Charlie Brown Christmas at the Brooklyn Lyceum through December 19 for just $10.

Did you miss A Christmas Carol at Pace? See the Westchester Sandbox Theatre production on weekends beginning December 18. If you’d like a little spice, then Mrs. Bob Cratchit’s Wild Christmas Binge will surely do that.

Want things even more twisted? Ebenezer Scrooge meets Washington Irving, Rip Van Winkle, and the Headless Horseman in A Sleepy Hollow Christmas Carol at the Westchester County Theatre through December 26.

Sleepy Hollow Performing Arts Center presents Winter in NYC holiday spectacular, the story of a family who travels to New York City for a magical holiday season on December 17, 18, and 19.