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Events for Saturday December 4, 2021

Babes in Toyland, Music Mountain Theater

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Saturday December 4, 2021
11:00 AM

11 and 1pm

The villainous Barnaby has fallen in love with sweet Mistress Mary Quite Contrary. If he can’t buy her love, then he’ll force her to marry him by threatening to foreclose on her mother, the poor Widow Piper. Mary already has her heart set on marrying Barnaby’s nephew Alan — but Barnaby hasn’t given up, and he herds the whole gang of Mother Goose Land characters to Toyland in pursuit of Mary. There, we encounter the magical mystery of Toyland as we meet the Master Toymaker and his quirky assistants Grumio and Marmaduke.

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"A Christmas Carol" Read-Aloud, Princeton Public Library

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Saturday December 4, 2021
2:00 PM - 5:30 PM

Usher in the spirit of the season by participating in the sixth annual public community reading of Dickens's 1843 novella with our partners at McCarter Theatre Center. Experience the beloved Victorian masterpiece — the original ghost story — in its literary form, which Dickens’ wrote to be read aloud.

We will meet in-person to read the entire story from start to finish in the Community Room. All are invited and encouraged to attend —individuals, families, book clubs, and groups — and to participate by reading a portion of the book for the delight of those assembled. All reading levels are welcome.

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A Christmas Carol @Music Mountain Theatre

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Saturday December 4, 2021
3:00 PM

3 and 8pm

Ebenezer Scrooge is a prosperous curmudgeon who believes that personal wealth is far more valuable thanhappiness. But, on Christmas Eve, he's forced to face his selfish ways when three ghosts lead him through hisPast, Present and Future. This spectacular adaptation of Dickens most well-known story proved its staying power with a decade-long run at Madison Square Garden, and a holiday tradition here at Music MountainTheatre for the eleventh year in a row!

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Salsa Sensation, Central Jersey Dance Society

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Saturday December 4, 2021
7:00 PM

Central Jersey Dance Society presents our Salsa Sensation Dance:

7:00pm-8:30pm: Latin dance lesson taught by one of our talented instructors. 8:30pm-11:30pm: Open dancing to Latin dance music by DJ Carlos Hendricks. Location: Suzanne Patterson Center, 45 Stockton Street (for GPS, use: 1 Monument Drive), Princeton, NJ 08540. No partner needed; newbies, singles, and couples are welcome.

No partner needed; newbies, singles, and couples are welcome. PROOF OF FULL COVID-19 VACCINATION IS REQUIRED. VACCINATION CARDS WILL BE CHECKED. MASKS COVERING MOUTH AND NOSE ARE REQUIRED. SANITATION STATIONS WILL BE PROVIDED. A COVID waiver and a COVID questionnaire are required for entrance and both can be found at www.centraljerseydance.org. Dancers are urged to bring their own bottles of water. Admission: $15/adult, $10/full time student with ID.

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"One of the Girls: The Words and Music of Jerry Herman", Bucks County Playhouse

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Saturday December 4, 2021
8:00 PM

Acclaimed actress, singer, and comedienne, Klea Blackhurst has been hailed as one of the top interpreters of the works of legendary composer, Jerry Herman. She brings her Broadway tune filled tribute, "One of the Girls: The Worlds and Lyrics of Jerry Herman," to Bucks County Playhouse for one special performance on Saturday, December 4 at 8 p.m. From "Hello, Dolly" to "Mame" to "Mack and Mabel," Jerry Herman created some of the stages most titanic female characters.

Effective September 6, Bucks County Playhouse is joining performing arts organizations across the country in requiring that all our guests provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination, along with photo ID, to attend indoor performances. Masks will also be required for the duration of the performance.

For more information, visit https://bcptheater.org/covid-19-precautions

Tickets are $45 and on sale now at buckscountyplayhouse.org.

The Passinge Mesures, Edward T. Cone Concert @IAS - Livestreamed

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Saturday December 4, 2021
8:00 PM

Livestreamed from Wolfensohn Hall

Since making his London debut in 2009, Mahan Esfahani has established himself as the first harpsichordist in a generation whose work spans virtually all the areas of classical music-making from critically-acclaimed performances and recordings of the standard repertoire to working with the leading composers of the day to pioneering concerto appearances with major symphony orchestras on four continents.

This concert is curated by David Lang, Artist-in-Residence at the Institute for Advanced Study and funding is provided by a grant from the PNC Foundation and the Edward T. Cone Endowment. Guests are invited to watch the livestream and join Zoom for a post-performance Q&A with Mahan Esfahani, moderated by David Lang.

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