The Perfect Show to Fit Your Holiday Personality

We have been working like elves to bring you shows for the holiday season that everyone is sure to enjoy!

For the ones who want to rock around the Christmas tree.

Darlene Love Christmas: Love for the Holidays- We are kicking off our holiday season with Rock and Roll Hall of Famer, Darlene Love, and her show Love for the Holidays.  It’s the perfect show to get you in the holiday spirit, mixing of everything from Love’s classic hits like “(Today I Met) The Boy I’m Gonna Marry” to everyone’s holiday favorites!  And a Darlene Love Christmas wouldn’t be complete without her signature song “Christmas (Baby Please Come Home),” featured on The Late Show with David Letterman for 28 consecutive years.  As Letterman always said, “Christmas doesn’t start until Darlene Love sings that song.” Darlene will be joining us at The Grand on November 29 at 7:30pm. Buy your tickets here.

The John Altenburgh Christmas Extravaganza- The season continues with some local fame as John Altenburgh is “comin’ to town.” Join us at The Grand for a true Wisconsin Christmas tradition, The John Altenburgh Christmas Extravaganza! After decades of sold-out performances the show returns with an all-new Christmas show featuring Janet Planet, Randy Sabien, Mitch Viegut, Christ O’Keefe, Otis McLennon and Dave Sindon. You won’t want to miss the hottest show in town. You can find John Altenburgh at The Grand on December 16 at 7:30pm. Buy your tickets here.

For the believer in Christmas magic.

Central Wisconsin School of Ballet’s The Nutcracker Enter the unforgettable world of dancing toy soldiers, mice, and candy dreams as the Central Wisconsin School of Ballet brings the magic of The Nutcracker to The Grand this holiday season. It’s the story and dance you love featuring featuring Central Wisconsin’s own local dancers. Don’t miss the magic this December 3rd-4th. Follow The Grand at grandtheater.org for more information.

For the lover of classic Christmas.

The King’s Singers Christmas- It’s a holiday celebration with harmonies fit for a king!  For more than 40 years The King’s Singers have maintained their place at the top of the choral world, delighting audiences across the globe with their melodies and irresistible charisma.  This classic Christmas night will feature a very wide variety of your favorite seasonal songs! From Phillip Lawson’s “Veni, Veni Emmanuel” to “Jingle Bells” and “It’s Beginning to Look a lot like Christmas.”  Catch this holiday gem at The Grand December 7th at 7:30pm. Buy your tickets here.

For those who have actually said “Bah Humbug.”

The Wausau Community Theatre A Christmas Carol- Find yourself rooting for the green-haired Christmas snatchers?  Prefer static over the sound of caroling bells?  Do we have the show for you! Melt away your -30 degree heart with The Wausau Community Theatre’s  A Christmas Carol.  This show is sure to satisfy the holiday lover and cynic alike. You can catch the show from December 9 -11. Follow The Grand at grandtheater.org for more information.

For the Unapologetic Christmas lover. 

A Very Joe.e Christmas- For the third year A Very Joe.e Christmas will be coming to The Grand for a night of holiday celebration. This all ages show is sure to entertain with nearly forty artists backed by a full video projection and a ten piece house band. Mark your calendar for December 14th, admission for the show is free with a donation to Toys for Tots. Follow The Grand at grandtheater.org for more information.

Lorie Line: A Merry Little Christmas 2016 Holiday Tour- Serving as our grand finale for this holiday season, Get ready for one of the most intimate holiday concerts this season with Lorie Line: A Merry Little Christmas 2016 Holiday Tour. Lorie will be performing all of your favorite holiday carols in a simple yet elegant manor. She will be bringing along her cast of characters including Santa and a featured vocalist. Don’t miss Lorie Line December 21st at 7:30pm. Follow The Grand at grandtheater.org for more information.

One thing is for sure, there will not be a silent night at The Grand this holiday season!

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