SATURDAY 12/21-SUNDAY 12/22. Robinson Performance Hall. $16.
If you prefer your holiday season sprinkled with a bit of mischief and sweet, sweet justice, 1990’s “Home Alone,” starring a cherubic and cunning Macaulay Culkin, is the Christmas movie for you. Though the plot of the film may require some suspension of disbelief, especially if you’re a parent — a lone child left behind during a family vacation? — watching Culkin’s 8-year-old character Kevin set creative (and festive!) booby traps for the bumbling, wicked Wet Bandits is deeply satisfying. John Williams’ charming, sweeping score, which seems to combine traditional Christmas music with tunes befitting a bank heist, will be played live by the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra during the film. There will be performances at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 21, and 3 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 22. Tickets are available at arkansassymphony.org.