With the many entertainment choices New York City has to offer, it can be difficult to make a choice. Look no further. “On Stage” host Frank DiLella has curated a list of “must-see” shows this week, directing you to the best of Broadway, Off-Broadway and beyond.

Radio City Christmas Spectacular

It’s a New York City holiday staple — 90 years strong. “The Christmas Spectacular at Radio City Music Hall” is back in all its glory, starring the world famous Rockettes! The festive extravaganza features a 36 piece orchestra, ice skating, and even a living Nativity. “The Christmas Spectacular” is playing now through Jan. 4. For information, head to rockettes.com.

The New York Pops

Over at Carnegie Hall, don’t miss Broadway leading man Norm Lewis alongside The New York Pops with his latest holiday show, “The Best Christmas of All”. Under the music direction of Steven Reineke, the program will feature tunes like “This Christmas”, “O Holy Night”, “Carol of the Bells” and much more. Lewis is playing Carnegie Hall on Dec. 22 and 23. For tickets, go to carnegiehall.org.

“A Very Countess Christmas with Luann de Lesseps”

Moving to 54 Below, Real Housewives superstar Luann de Lesseps is back in the spotlight and, of course, decked out in Jovani with “A Very Countess Christmas.” Under the direction of Richard Jay-Alexander, the show is packed with holiday tunes including “What Do I Want For Christmas?” written by Bruce Roberts and Billy Stritch. “A Very Countess Christmas” is at 54 Below Dec. 21-23. For information go to 54below.org.

Advent Carolndar and Sandra Bernhard

Down at Joe’s Pub, Broadway veterans Julia Mattison and Joel Waggoner are performing “Advent Carolndar”. The evening will feature original zany holiday tunes plus special guests, including a Christmas Witch. “Advent Carolndar” will be performed on Dec. 21 and 22, and keeping with Joe’s Pub, the one and only Sandra Bernhard returns to the venue with her latest club act “Easy Listening”. Take a ride with Sandy as she takes you on a journey featuring some of her biggest musical influences, including Aretha Franklin, Tina Turner and Carole King. Sandra Bernhard is playing Joe’s Dec. 26 - 31. For more information on both shows, go to publictheater.org.

Daniel Reichard, Orfeh and Andy Karl

And finally, Original Jersey Boy Daniel Reichard returns to the stage with his annual holiday concert on Dec. 19 titled “Mr. Christmas!” at The Cutting Room, and Broadway power couple Orfeh and Andy Karl will present “Legally Bound: Holiday Edition” on Dec. 23 downtown at The Perelman Performing Arts Center. For tickets to Reichard’s show, go to thecuttingroomnyc.com and for information on Andy and Orfeh’s show head to pacnyc.org.