The spirit of giving is alive and well in Burien. After a Tuesday-morning fire rendered the Burien Community Center unusable for the Burien Actors Theatre to continue its “Coney Island Christmas” production, the Highline Historical Society offered BAT use of its pop-up museum space (on 153rd Street) for the run of the show. Turns out, the actors had loaned HHS some equipment for the society’s “Hope in Hard Times” exhibit (appropriate name for this situation, yes?) and HHS helped BAT find a Depression-era play for a holiday show. There’s a pay-what-you-can tech run of “Coney Island Christmas” at 8:30 p.m. Friday; the play continues this weekend and next.