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Moscow Ballet: The esteemed company’s “Great Russian Nutcracker” features a large, talented Russian cast and plenty of tradition; 3 and 7 p.m. Dec. 17; Flint Center, Cupertino; $30-91; nutcracker.com. San Francisco Ballet: Presents Helgi Tomasson’s revered adaptation of “The Nutcracker”; through Dec pointe shoes for small feet. 30; War Memorial Opera House, San Francisco; $25-$445; 415-865-2000, www.sfballet.org. 3 Smuin Contemporary American Ballet: After touring the Bay Area, the company’s “Christmas Ballet” — a mix of old faves (including company founder Michael Smuin’s endearing “Santa Baby”) and world premieres by Amy Seiwert, Rex Wheeler and Erica Felsch — gets its final run at San Francisco’s Yerba Buena Center for the Arts..
Details: Dec. 14-24; $25-$89; smuinballet.org pointe shoes for small feet. 4 “Impractical Jokers” Live: Six years ago this week, the satellite channel TruTV debuted a hidden camera show featuring the Tenderloins comedy troupe doing wacky stunts in public, with the caveat being that even the guy pulling the stunt didn’t know in advance what he was getting into. The show is a phenomenon now, with its own live tour, which comes to San Jose’s City National Civic on Dec. 16. Details: 5 and 8 p.m.; $49.50-$65; sanjosetheaters.org..
5 Naturally 7: This New York based a cappella group is known for its complex arrangements that feature divine harmonies and amazing vocal instrumentation. On their latest album, “Both Sides Now,” they cover everything from Dvorak to Joni Mitchell to Paul McCartney. The group brings its tour behind the recent release to the Great American Music Hall on Dec. 20. Details: 8 p.m.; $26-$31; www.slimspresents.com. 6 “A Christmas Story — The Musical”: It’s all here, the kid who pines for a dangerous BB gun for Christmas, the terribly tacky leg lamp, the poor witless lad who gets his tongue frozen to a lamp post — all the things that make “A Christmas Story” such a warm and hilarious holiday film. Except this is the musical stage version, now playing at San Francisco Playhouse pointe shoes for small feet.
Details: Through Jan. 13; $35-$100; www.sfplayhouse.org. 7 The Slackers: This New York band has been delivering a habit-forming version of reggae — seasoned with a variety of American rock and R&B stylings and a cool, irreverent attitude — since 1991. The crew tours incessantly, and comes to Berkeley’s Cornerstone nightclub for two shows this weekend. Details: 8:30 p.m pointe shoes for small feet. Dec. 16-17; $15-$17; $25 both shows; www.cornerstoneberkeley.com. 8 “Annie”: If this rags to riches story of a plucky orphan can’t warm the cockles of your heart (whatever they are), then said cockles are in a serious freeze. The Tony-winning musical stage adaptation is getting a production at Hillbarn Theatre in Foster City, but this weekend is your last chance to catch it. After that, your cockles are on their own..
Details: Through Dec. 17; $27-$52; www.hillbarntheatre.org. 9 “Avenue Q”: This R-rated musical with a big heart is a holiday tradition at San Francisco’s New Conservatory Theatre, which can be counted on to deliver a first-rate production in its intimate venue pointe shoes for small feet. The show has been extended through Jan. 21, and it is well-worth seeing (though, in case you hadn’t heard, it is not for kids). Details: $35-$55; www.nctcsf.org. 10 “All Is Calm”: Contra Costa Civic Theatre presents a short run of this musical inspired by the improbable, remarkable World War I truce that broke out on Christmas Eve, 1914..