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Libby Whittemore, alter ego Connie Sue Day and a kickin’ combo return to Actor’s Express in West Midtown for a 10th season of irrepressible merriment. The two-hour Ho, Ho, Home for the Holidays and a Connie Sue Day Christmas features plenty of seasonal standards (“Santa Baby,” “Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree,” “Christmas in Dixie”) and laughs. It wouldn’t be complete without an appearance by Connie Sue, the 31st Lady of Country Music. The show is an Atlanta favorite. 7:30 p.m. Friday–Sunday (December 20–22). $40.


Aurora Theatre’s one-man This Wonderful Life puts actor Jeremy Aggers in George Bailey’s shoes, and Mr. Potter’s, and Uncle Billy’s, and Mary’s and even Zuzu’s. The piece is based on the 1946 movie classic, conceived by Mark Setlock and written by ArtsATL contributor Steve Murray. It runs 70 minutes with no intermission. This is its final weekend, with shows through Monday (December 23).


PRISM: Winter Lights brings art to Downtown Atlanta’s Woodruff Park. The installation of light-based sculptures from 10 local and national artists is free to see and on view throughout the holidays and until February 29. Its featured artists are David BaerwaldeAlex Martinez, Alicia Renee Ball, Gavin Bernard, Bradley Bowers, Dana Haugaard, Sara JimenezMegan Mosholder, Jason Peters and Sara Santamaria. Open until 11 nightly. Who needs a Peach Drop!?


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