Best things to do in Soho, New York
Emmy-winning former Late Show writer Ted Greenberg performs an hour of boisterous interactive stand-up that ends with one audience member being whisked home in a taxi by Greenberg, who is a licensed NYC cabdriver.
Housing Works welcomes musicians, writers and performers to invoke Ebenezer Scrooge and his ghosts. The event begins at noon with caroling from the New York City Master Chorale, followed by a three-and-a-half-hour reading (approximately) with writers giving their take on the infamous miser. Seasonal treats like hot chocolate and mulled wine are available at the cafe, plus store items are 10 percent off, so bring your holiday list. Bah, humbug!
What does the twisted mind behind camp-o-rific films like Pink Flamingos and Hairspray have to say about the holidays? Come find out who Waters thinks has been naughty or nice at his traveling one-man show, which is like spending a few hours at the bar with your awesomely inappropriate uncle.