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Matthew Broderick might be aging, but Ferris Bueller never gets old. On Friday, Dec. 7, Galapagos Art Space (70 N. Sixth St. at Wythe Avenue in Williamsburg) hosts “Forever Bueller,” an ’80s cabaret featuring live music and performances of the most memorable moments from 1986’s pop cultural canon. We would suggest wearing leg warmers, but chances are, if you’re in Williamsburg, you’ve got ’em on right now. For information, call (212) 868-4444 or visit www.galapagosartspace.com.

On a more serious note, through Dec. 14, the Heights Players (26 Willow Place at State Street in Brooklyn Heights) will be putting on “The Caine Mutiny Court Martial,” a tense military drama set in 1945 San Francisco. For information, call (718) 237-2752 or visit www.heightsplayers.org.

On Sunday, Dec. 16, Moscow’s Mayakovsky Academic Art Theatre brings “The Past is Still Ahead,” a look at the life of Russian poet Marina Tsvetaeva, to the Jewish Center of King’s Highway (1202 Ave. P at East 12th Street in Midwood). For information, visit www.RussianNY.com.

On a lighter note, the Gallery Players’ (199 14th St. at Fourth Avenue in Park Slope) production of David Sedaris’s “The Santaland Diaries” will be running through Sunday, Dec. 16, and should provide some much-needed laughter during the stressful holiday season. For information, call (212) 352-3101 or visit www.galleryplayers.com.

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