The Last Christmas: A Holiday Action-Musical

7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
San Francisco 

Dec 8-10, Dec 15-17, Dec 21-23, 7pm

From the team that created FORKING! and A Merry FORKING! Christmas (playwright Daniel Heath, director Christy Crowley, producer PianoFight), comes the world-premiere holiday action-musical, The Last Christmas. When oil companies threaten to drill in the North Pole, Santa embarks on a mission to save his workshop and Christmas. Teaming up with an idealistic street musician, her ass-kicking sister, and Jesus, this unlikely quartet enters a battle of the bands with a grand prize big enough to buy Santa’s workshop AND the North Pole. But with the oil companies tilting the scales, an evil contest host, and a young pop princess primed to win, can Santa and his rag tag crew rescue the holidays?


Presented by PianoFight.

The Nutcracker Ballet – Yoko’s Dance and Performing Arts Academy & Fremont Opera Orchestra

2:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Ohlone College Smith Center Jackson Theatre

2:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Ohlone College Gary Soren Smith Theater

Yoko’s Dance and Performing Arts Academy is proud to present its 12th annual production of the Nutcracker Ballet as part of the Smith Center Season of the Arts. This will be a fully-staged ballet with scenery, costumes, and Tchaikovsky’s music performed by the Fremont Opera Orchestra, conducted by David Sloss. Over 100 dancers between the ages of 5 and 18 will perform, a wonderful mix of talented ballerinas and adorable children. In addition, a number of prominent politicians from Fremont will be featured in the party scene. California Senator Bob Wieckowski will play the role of Uncle Drosselmeier. Also lending their performing talents to this production will be Fremont’s Mayor Bill Harrison, Vice Mayor Lily Mei, Fremont City Council member Vinnie Bacon and former City Council member Steve Cho. For tickets visit or call (510) 659-6031.

We Are One

6:00 pm - 10:00 pm
First Presbyterian Church of Oakland

Join the award-winning singers of the Oakland Youth Chorus in a celebration of the songs,traditions, and diverse cultures that honor and create community. Sing with us as we raise our voices together to empower others and create harmony. Bringing together hundreds of K-12 students from 20 East Bay school and sites, this 42nd annual holiday event is sure to inspire and uplift you as we celebrate each other’s gifts.

Tickets available at $20 adult, $15 student/senior, $10 children advance – $5 increase at the door.


Presented by Oakland Youth Chorus