Visit the land of misfit toys in Rudolph. Photo courtesy of Broadway & Beyond Theatricals

Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer: The Musical

Bass Performance Hall 525 Commerce St., 817-212-4280,

Performing Arts Fort Worth presents the stage version of this 1964 animated TV classic. The gang’s all here, from Hermey the Elf to Bumble the Abominable Snow Monster and Yukon Cornelius. Early fans will miss original narrator Burl Ives, but “A Holly Jolly Christmas” promises to move audience members of all ages to sing along. Nov. 21-22

Take the Soul Train to Christmas

Jubilee Theatre Sundance Square, 506 Main St., 817-338-4411,

Jubilee’s all-ages show mixes magic and music, as a grandfather uses a “soul train” to take his grandchildren into the past to teach them how African Americans celebrated Christmas through good times and bad. Nov. 25-Dec. 23

My Fair Lady

Bass Performance Hall 525 Commerce St., 817-212-4280,

This musical chestnut got a makeover in 2018, earning a slew of Tony Award nominations for the story of flower peddler-to-proper lady Eliza Doolittle and her makeover mentor, Henry Higgins. It’s back on tour — part of the Broadway at the Bass Series — with all the classic songs and dazzling costumes. Nov. 29-Dec. 4

Handle with Care

Stage West 821/823 W. Vickery Blvd., 817-784-9378,

Stage West presents the regional premiere of this holiday tale by Jason Odell Williams. The plot involves a young Israeli woman visiting the U.S., her grandmother and a bumbling delivery driver who find themselves stranded in a hotel on Christmas Eve. The Jewish grandmother’s belief in true love leads to a romantic comedy disguised as a Jewish Christmas story. Dec. 8-Jan. 8