Holiday traditions are a fun way to add the Annapolis arts scene to your list this year. For me, part of the Annapolis lifestyle is experiencing all of the amazing talent that we have right here in our backyard. So, I wanted to share a few fun ideas for enjoying the arts with your family and friends this season.
Chesapeake Ballet Company
Celebrate the holidays by taking the time to enjoy the talented local performers who make The Nutcracker come to life at the Chesapeake Ballet Company’s production. Held at the Children’s Theatre of Annapolis on December 8, 9 and 15, 16. chesapeakeballetcompany.com
Annapolis Shakespeare Company
Share the magic of the holiday season with your friends and family by reliving the timeless message learned by Ebenezer Scrooge in A Christmas Carol presented by the Annapolis Shakespeare Company. Through December 30. annapolisshakespeare.org
The Talent Machine
Support the talented young performers as they present “Holiday Cheer, 2018!” because it features traditional holiday music and some new numbers. Also, bring the kids to see some of their favorite holiday characters like Frosty and Rudolph. Held at St. John’s College Key Auditorium on December 14–16 and 20–23. talentmachine.com
Rams Head Onstage
Start a new holiday tradition with your family! Add the Annapolis Christmas Show to your can’t miss list this year! Local artists perform popular holiday music and all proceeds support the Annapolis Musicians Fund. December 10-11. ramsheadonstage.com
Take some time to relax and unwind with the soothing sounds of holiday jazz music featuring Billboard charting violinist Chelsey Green and the Green Project and local legendary Jazz Saxophonist Art Sherrod Jr. with singer/songwriter Lolita Chambers. December 20. marylandhall.org
So, if you’d like a few more insider tips for enjoying the holiday season in Annapolis, please contact me. Finally, I hope you and your family make time to get out and enjoy the art scene in Annapolis this season!