New York City's My Lord Chamberlain's Consort performs for the annual "Yuletide Revels," 5 p.m. Dec. 1, Trinity Episcopal Church, 44 E. Market St., Bethlehem.
There's a reception with traditional Yuletide tomfoolery: a Boar's Head in Procession, flaming Christmas pudding, wassail, nog, ginger cake, and other traditional Yule treats.
Co-sponsors of the evening of traditional and early music is Moravian College's Undergraduate Conference on Medieval and Early Modern Studies.
Tickets are expected to be available at the door. Information: 610-867-4741
"The New York Tenors Christmas: Memories of Herald Square," starring Andy Cooney, Daniel Rodriguez and Michael Amante, will be presented, 8 p.m. Dec. 1, State Theatre for the Arts, 453 Northampton St., Easton.
Tickets: statetheatre.org, 610-252-3132
The Tri-Cees - the Cougar Community Chorale holds its 8th annual holiday performance, 7 p.m. Dec. 3, Community Services Center, Rooms 201-203, Lehigh Carbon Community College, Schnecksville campus
The one-hour performance will include Classic Christmas music with a twist, Broadway show tunes and songs by the Beatles.
Monetary or canned goods donations benefit Second Harvest Food Bank.
"The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 2," fifth and final in the series, should please fans of the Stephenie Meyer novel and movie series.
For non-fans, "Breaking Dawn" signals it's time to put the brakes on "The Twilight Saga."
"Part 2" is an extended coda, with not much new happening that didn't happen in "Part 1," i.e., the marriage of Edward Cullen (Robert Pattinson) and Bella Swan (Kristen Stewart) and the birth of their daughter, Renesmee.
Despite some setbacks related to Superstorm Sandy, Touchstone Theatre will present the 13th iteration of "Christmas City Follies," opening Nov. 29.
The show brings back old favorites with some fresh material for "vaudevillian holiday hijinks," says Director Jp Jordan, Artistic Director at the south side Bethlehem theater where the show continues through Dec. 22.
During the storm, Touchstone was without electricity for at least four days, Jordan says, and cast members were dealing with their own struggles as a result of the storm.
A Civil War Christmas Eve with a Pennsylvania-German family will be recreated at the Lehigh Valley Heritage Museum's Troxell-Steckel Farm Museum, 4229 Reliance St., Egypt, Whitehall Township.
Hour-long holiday tours start at noon, with the last tour at 5 p.m. Dec. 1.
Tickets: lehighvalleyheritagemuseum.org, 610-435-1074.
Rebecca Owens, Director of Music at Central Moravian Church, performs the Advent Organ Concert, 2 p.m. Dec. 2, church sanctuary, Central Moravian Church Main and Church Streets, Bethlehem.
Information centralmoravianchurch.org, 610-866-5661
Although the stage musical, "The Happy Elf," has been performed previously, Pennsylvania Youth Theatre (PYT), with the help of its creator, singer-songwriter-actor Harry Connick, Jr., has retooled the entire production, adapting it for a much larger cast and adding new musical numbers.
PYT launches its ambitious holiday production, "The Happy Elf," 7 p.m., Nov. 30, Charles A. Brown Ice House, 57 River St., Sand Island, Bethlehem, where it continues through Dec. 16.
The Good Pennyworths, known for dramatic interpretations of Early Music, present the fifth annual holiday concert, "A Pennyworth of Christmas," 4 p.m. Dec. 2, Jordan Lutheran Church, 5103 Snowdrift Road, Orefield.
Performing: Jacquelyn Penfold, soprano; Kirsten Kane, mezzo; Christopher Preston Thompson, tenor and gothic harp; and Garald Farnham, baritone and lutes.
A freewill donation will be asked at the door.
Crowded Kitchen Players continues its tradition to discover and produce forgotten plays with the Lehigh Valley premiere of "Parfumerie," Nov. 30 - Dec. 16, McCoole's Arts and Events Place, Quakertown.