Ballet, musicals, concerts and more are bursting to life onstage this November. There isn’t a better way to get out and explore Plano or a more memorable date night than a performance at one of Plano’s premiere theatres and concert halls. Grab a drink in downtown and catch a concert at McCall Plaza. Be whisked away with the magic of The Nutcracker ballet. Enjoy Plano performing arts this November.

The Book of Moron

When: November 17-20

Eisemann Center presents Robert Dubac’s The Book of Moron theatre series at the Bank of America Theatre.


Bravo Max

When: November 18

As part of Live and Local: McCall Concert Series, American rock band Bravo Max rocks out at McCall Plaza.


Plano Symphony Orchestra presents: Musical Marvels

When: November 19

Hector Guzman is joined by pianist Sean Chen for Musical Marvels, presented by the Plano Symphony Orchestra.

More: Plano Symphony Orchestra’s 2016-2017 season

Sara Evans

When: November 19

See award-winning country music star Sara Evans in concert at Mercury One’s M1Ball-Mission Possible: 2016.

MoreSara Evans performs at the M1Ball

Sara Evans

Adam Cline

When: November 19

As part of Live and Local: McCall Concert Series, Adam Cline brings his acoustic guitar stylings to McCall Plaza.


Plano Community Band Fall Concert

When: November 20

Join Plano Community Band for their fall concert: With a Little Help From our Friends.

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Disney On Ice

When: November 23-27

See Disney On Ice’s Dare to Dream at the Allen Event Center, a courageous adventure starring Disney favorites.


The Nutcracker

When: November 25-27

Experience the beauty of the famous ballet The Nutcracker, presented by Chamberlain Performing Arts.


Guest artists from New York City Ballet. Photo Credit: Sharen Bradford

The Sleeping Beauty

When: November 26-December 30

Traditional British panto by Jackie Mellor-Guin with wacky characters, songs, corny jokes and audience participation.


All is Calm: The Christmas Truce of 1914

When: November 29 | 7:30 p.m.

Eisemann Center presents All Is Calm, the remarkable and spontaneous World War I truce between Allied and German forces in No Man’s Land over Christmas 1914

More: All is Calm: The Christmas Truce of 1914

Courtesy of the Eisemann Center

Alexandra Cronin

Alexandra Cronin is Local Profile's senior editor. She has been with the company since 2016. She loves great coffee, good food, and average wine.