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Making a list: Consider these seasonal entertainment options

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Human Nature shakes up its show for the holidays.
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THE BRONX WANDERERS HOLIDAY SHOW

A live action Grinch and falling snow are part of the rocking trio’s special show through December 30 at Bally’s Windows Showroom.

CHRISTMAS AT THE OPERA

Get in the holiday spirit with Sin City Opera’s 90-minute program of Christmas scenes from beloved operas at Charleston Heights Arts Center on December 16.

HOLMES FOR THE HOLIDAYS

Las Vegas mainstay Clint Holmes just picked up two Grammy nominations, and you can catch him December 8 and 9 performing a holiday program inside the Smith Center’s Cabaret Jazz.

HUMAN NATURE’S HOLIDAY JUKEBOX

The Aussie pop vocal favorites are infusing holiday tunes into the new, interactive “Juke Joint” section of their show December 5-9 and 19-23 at the Sands Showroom at Venetian.

INK SPOTS CHRISTMAS CONCERT

Though none of the original members from the 1930s group remain, the Ink Spots’ tradition continues with a special holiday performance at the West Las Vegas Library on December 16.

LEGENDS IN CONCERT

The longest-running show on the Strip celebrates the season with holiday classics performed by Whitney Houston, George Michael, Frank Sinatra and Elvis Presley impersonators in Flamingo’s Donny & Marie Showroom through December 30.

THE NORTH POLE VARIETY SHOW

Town Square’s Baobab Stage hosts this one-off “holiday cabaret circus comedy dance show,” which benefits the Shade Tree shelter (December 14).

POSITIVELY ARTS HOLIDAY SPECTACULAR

Cast members from Baz: A Musical Mash-Up perform seasonal favorites with more than 60 students from the Positively Arts Foundation December 17 at the Palazzo Theatre, with proceeds going to the foundation.

SNOW CHILD

Theatre in the Valley’s holiday play—adapted from a Russian folktale—tells the story of a magical fairy Babushka and a toymaker named Dimitri (December 1-17).

THE SWEETS' HOLIDAY SPECTACULAR

Burlesque chanteuse Melody Sweets belts out seasonal standards with a big band at the Smith Center’s Cabaret Jazz on December 19.

TOURNAMENT OF KINGS HOLIDAY DINNER SHOW

Through December 28, the Excalibur’s 900-seat medieval arena turns into a snowcapped wonderland—but the battles and jousting must go on.

FRANKIE MORENO: WITH PLENTY OF MISTLETOE

Local lounge stalwart Frankie Moreno spices up the season with three shows at the Smith Center’s Cabaret Jazz theater December 15 and 16.

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