Winter Holiday Show in Toronto 2016 - 2017
with Princesses, Superheroes, Santa Claus and his Elves
Interactive performance for kids ages 3-9
More information about Winter Holiday Show
The show will be very interactive and the characters will engage the kids in games and activities, and will even teach them how to use magic to call Santa.
Each guest will get a professional photo opportunity with our characters at the end of the show. You will also get a chance to win one of our special holiday prizes and all guests will get discount coupons for an at-home party with one of our princesses or superheroes. Most importantly, everyone will have loads of fun and it will definitely be a day to remember!
Holiday themed costumes/outfits for guests are welcome! We love to see little princesses, superheroes, elves, snowflakes, and more!
More information: (647) 860-0626 - Please leave a message and we will be delighted to give you a call back!
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Meet our actors
An actress, dancer and model, Masha currently studies acting at Humber College in Toronto. She was one of the top 10 contestants in Miss Globe 2015 and performed on stage among contestants across the world. Masha also teaches gymnastics and has been working with kids as an instructor and an entertainer for over 6 years.
Masha will lead the show as one of the most fun-loving princesses - can you guess which one? Hint: she LOVES chocolate and has a sister who never gets cold!
Kirill is a professional ballet dancer and is currently studying acting at the Toronto Film School. In the past few years, he has appeared in local film and theatre productions and will be seen on stage as one of the principal dancers in a Toronto ballet performance of “Nutcracker” later this year.
Come see Kirill lead the show as one of the most popular superheroes - find out which one on December 4th... but here's a hint - he likes shooting webs!
Nicole is a graduate of the Randolph Academy of the Performing Arts. She was recently seen in the Toronto productions of musicals “Hairspray” and “Legally Blonde” and will be joining our Christmas Show as Cinderella.
On December 4, come dance and sing with Cinderella to help her bring wish and dream magic on this special day!
Haley is a recent graduate of the Triple Threat College program at the Randolph Academy for the Performing Arts. She is a singer, dancer and actor who is passionate about theatre and the arts. Haley is also a dance teacher and has always enjoyed working with kids.
Haley will play one of Santa’s Elves – think she can find a way to get Santa to pay us a visit at the show? We are sure she can – after all, she can always use holiday magic, right?
Gabriel is a film and theatre actor, who has performed as a Superhero at kids’ parties for the past 3 years. A kid at heart, he enjoys playing superheroes both on and off stage.
He will play not just one, but two superheroes at our Christmas show. How quickly can he change bat wings to a red cape? Find out on December 4th!
Lyuba currently studies acting under the RCTCC Theatre’s Studio and is one of the lead actresses in the RCTCC Theatre. Apart from acting, Lyuba is also a singer and a dancer with classical ballet training.
On December 4th, come see Lyuba open the show with a magical Snowflake dance and see her play everyone’s favourite fairy Tinkerbell!
After completing her degree in theatre at Dalhousie University and touring with several theatre companies on the east coast, Stephanie moved to Toronto to further her acting career.
Currently, she is working as an actress in Toronto and continues to build up her skills in acting, dance, singing and improve.
On December 4th, Stephanie will play the Snow Queen – she says you should let your troubles go and come enjoy the cold weather with her!
Tom is a Canadian actor with credits in film and theatre, and has recently been seen performing as a knight in Medieval Times in Toronto.
Come see Tom play a mean pirate – think you can help us turn him from evil to good? We think so!