Sedaris' Santaland Diaries, math-rock and an Xmas extravaganza

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So you're still amped up from the Gonzaga/WSU game Wednesday night and you're looking to get out and about? Good news! We have ample event listings and carefully considered Staff Picks for your perusal. 

No time? No problem. Here are some highlights from our listings for Thursday, Dec. 11:

THEATER | It's opening night of the annual Traditions of Christmas extravaganza in Coeur d'Alene, featuring singing, dancing, drama — basically everything needed to hit on what you love about the holidays, all in one show. 

LIVE BANDS | I'm not claiming to know a single thing about this band's sound, but I'm enamored enough with the name Flannel Math Animal to think I need to hear the instrumental crew, perhaps tonight at The  Viking.  

THEATER | If you're down on the Palouse, consider a trip to The Kenworthy in Moscow to see a production of The Santaland Diaries, the hilarious David Sedaris play opening a three-day production by Moscow Theatre (Too).