Wanderlust Theatre Co. concludes its yearlong Arthur Miller Centennial Theatre Festival with a production of “All My Sons,” with an opening-night performance at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 11 at Theatre 810 in downtown Lafayette.

The play explores family secrets, the price of the American dream and the scars of war. The ensemble cast includes: Joe Riehl as Joe Keller and Christy Leichty as Kate Keller, with Brady McKellar, Kristen DuBois, Aren Chaisson III, Casey Harmon, Catharine Arceneaux, Jordan Umphries, Gabe Ortego and Michael Allgood. Elsa Dimitriadis directs with John W. Fiero as dramaturge.

Performances continue at 7:30 p.m. on Dec. 12, 18 and 19 and at 3 p.m. Dec. 13 and 20.

Theatre 810 is located at 810 Jefferson St.

Tickets are $15 for general admission, and $12 for students and people 65 years old and older.

For ticket reservations, call (337) 484-0172 or buy online at allmysons.event brite.com.

For more information, visit: www.wanderlusttheatre.com or facebook.com/wanderlusttheatre.

Traditional bands

Cajun and zydeco bands that have grown out of the University of Louisiana at Lafayette traditional music program will perform a free show at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Blue Moon Saloon, 215 E. Convent St.

Students and alumni will take the Blue Moon stage with the Angelle Aces and UL-Lafayette’s Cajun music band, directed by accordionist Kristi Guillory.

Also performing will be the Zydeco Ragin’ Steppers, directed by Nathan Williams Jr. Guillory and Williams, will be joined for a separate faculty performance by the traditional music program’s other all-star instructors: Brazos Huval, Wilson Savoy, Kevin Wimmer, Chris Segura and Corey Ledet.

Dancing is encouraged.

Lafayette Concert Band

The Lafayette Concert Band presents “Christmas Traditions” at 3:30 p.m. Sunday at The Bayou Church on Kaliste Saloom Road.

The concert will feature holiday favorites and Santa Claus will make a special appearance to visit the audience during the final selection.

Tickets are available at the door for $10.

For more details, call (337) 989-1279 or visit lcband.org.

Giving Tree program

Miles Perret Cancer Services needs help with its annual Giving Tree program that helps grant the wishes of children and siblings of cancer service clients.

Those interested in helping buy gifts — $35 limit — may stop by the Miles Perret Cancer Service Center and choose an ornament that contains a child’s wish, age and gender.

The unwrapped gift items are needed to be returned to the center by Monday, Dec. 7. Miles Perret is located at 2130 Kaliste Saloom Road.

For more information, call (337) 984-1920.

Submit items to Acadiana bureau chief Richard Burgess at rburgess@the advocate.com or by fax to (337) 269-0410.