Lehigh Valley Holiday Shows and Events

On-stage performance at the Pines Dinner TheatreFrom nationally-touring shows to local productions, Lehigh Valley, PA theaters have set the stage for impressive holiday performance. Find kid-friendly performances packed with magic around every corner, or opt for dinner and a show at some of the region’s top-rated dinner theaters.

Celebrate the magic of the holiday season with your family at the Pines Dinner Theatre. Start with a holiday feast, including some of your favorite entrees, pumpkin pie, and all the trimmings. Then sit back and enjoy a performance of a At the Stroke of Midnight (November 1–December 20). When William, an overworked clockmaker becomes overwhelmed with Christmas orders, it will take a miracle to help him find the true meaning of Christmas. But with a bit of luck, and some holiday magic, he discovers the joy of Christmas, and just in the nick of time! This charming original musical will have even the most determined Scrooge smiling as the true message of Christmas is revealed.

You can still enjoy the Allentown Symphony Orchestra from Miller Symphony Hall this year— from the comfort of your home. On December 11, get in the spirit with The Holiday Pops performed by the brass section of the ASO. On December 18, catch the Craig Thatcher & Nyke Van Wyk Holiday Show steaming live from MSH. The following evening, enjoy Jim Brickman's "Comfort & Joy at Home Virtual Holiday Tour 2020." See the Miller Symphony Hall event calendar for more information.

You won't want to miss Touchstone Theatre's annual Christmas City Follies streamed on Youtube this year. This original theatrical work changes year to year, but always promises laughs as well as sentimental moments. 2020 celebrates the 21st anniversary of this production.

No holiday is complete without the Nutcracker—for a good cause this year. On December 19, 2020 at 8:00 PM for $50, watch Moscow Ballet’s Great Russian Nutcracker from the best seat in the house; your living room! $25 of each stream purchased will go to the Your Seat Is Waiting Campaign to benefit the historic State Theatre Center for the Arts in Easton, PA! Purchase tickets.