Three Can’t Miss Events: Dec. 18 to 21


Holiday Light Show
Yeah, the Joneses next door put up a pretty nice light display but is it over a mile long with the biggest and brightest display on Long Island? Drive through this winter wonderland of luminarias that benefits Girl Scouts of Suffolk County and bring back some tips for the neighbors.
Lakeview Ave, Dec. 12 to 21,


Cirque le Masque: Noël
Watch Vegas headliner Cirque le Masque dazzle with elaborate costumes, choreography, aerial feats and acrobatics. This group of multicultural entertainers brings together a unique holiday spectacle from traditions from all corners of the globe.
Gateway Playhouse, Dec. 17 to 28,


Long Island
A Suite of Nutcrackers
The whimsy of childhood fantasy and the timeless tale of the battle between the Mouse King and the Nutcracker prince has been a holiday classic for more than a century. Witness the balletic grace and Tchaikovsky’s famous score in a pair of performances on Long Island:

Stony Brook
Presented by the Seiskaya Ballet and choreographed by renowned Russian instructor Valia Seiskaya, this Nutcracker includes international costuming representing Chinese, Spanish and Arabian attire, a fully animated clock and a magical sleigh.
Staller Center, Dec. 19 to 22,

Eglevsky Ballet, a ballet training institution in Bethpage, presents this production and the show includes students, professionals, 200 pounds of snow and a 50-foot growing Christmas tree.
Tilles Center for Performing Arts, Dec. 20 to 22,

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