1. Get into the holiday spirit. Head to the Brooklyn Lyceum for a community theater performance of A Charlie Brown Christmas. A portion of the proceeds goes to the Children's Aid Society. Show runs through Dec. 16. 227 4th Ave. at President Street. $10.
2. See more dance. Head to the Brooklyn Academy of Music for And lose the name of action, an "eerie" and "partially improvised dance that explores the scary world of improvisation's elusive logic," according to BAM's website. Thursday night the show is followed by an artist talk. 30 Lafayette Ave. $20.
3. Work outside of the house. If you work at home and are sick of your four walls, head to Beast for "queer coworking" every Wednesday from 11-4. All are welcome. 638 Bergen St. at Vanderbilt Avenue.
4. Tell a good story. Head to Little Stories at Little Zelda were people share thier tales in five minutes or less. 728 Franklin Ave. 9 p.m. Free. Update, Dec. 5, 4:28 p.m. Little Stories is canceled tonight.
5. Move the car. Alternate side parking rules will be in effect all week. The next suspension isn't until Christmas Day.