Sons of Serendip: This classical quartet is bringing their Christmas concert to AMP. Their music is a fusion of genres, including rhythm and blues, soul, and classical music. Sons of Serendip achieved popularity after their 4th place finish on America’s Got Talent. The concert is on Thursday, Dec. 5 at 8 p.m. at AMP by Strathmore, 11810 Grand Park Avenue, North Bethesda. Click here for more information. $28 – $45.
National Philharmonic Holiday Singing Pops: Broadway performer Ali Ewoldt of Phantom of the Opera; Hilary Morrow of the Birdland Jazz Club; international vocalist Kevin Rose; and acclaimed tap dancer Evan Ruggiero perform holiday favorites such as Santa Baby, I’ll be Home for Christmas, No Place Like Home for the Holidays and Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas with the National Philharmonic. Come early before the concert to hear the Montgomery Blair High School a cappella singing group perform in the orchestra lobby. The concert is Friday, Dec. 6 at 7:30 p.m. in Strathmore Music Center at 5301 Tuckerman Lane, North Bethesda. Click here for more information. $29 – $69.
A Nashville Christmas: The cast of Country Jamboree performs traditional Christmas classics with a few legendary country music tunes and some comical stage antics. The show also features surprise holiday performances by both Elvis Presley and Roy Orbison tribute artists – and a singing Santa Claus. The concert is Saturday, Dec. 7 at 8 p.m. in BlackRock Center for the Arts, located at 12901 Town Commons Drive in Germantown. Click here for more information. $30 – $45.
Singin’ in the Rain: The stage adaptation of 1952 MGM musical about the transition in Hollywood from silent films to talkies. Score includes “Moses Supposes,” “You Are My Lucky Star,” “Good Mornin’,” and of course “Singin’ in the Rain.” Directed by Marcos Santana, choreographed by Grady Brown, and music direction by Angie Benson. Olney Theatre Center from now through January 5 at various times. Click here for more information. $42 – $84.
Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time: This Tony and Olivier-winning adaptation of Mark Haddon’s bestselling novel is brought to the Round House stage under the direction of Ryan Rilette and Jared Mezzocchi. The story follows an investigation into the death of a neighbor’s dog resulting in a coming-of-age journey for 15-year-old Christopher Boone. Round House Theatre from now through December 22 at various dates and times. Click here for more information. $32 – $68.
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