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Toronto: Ross Petty’s online panto “Alice in Winterland” held over by popular demand

Monday, December 27, 2021

With the latest restrictions based on the surge of the Omicron variant, and the cancellation of so many other beloved seasonal offerings, audiences want more ALICE IN WINTERLAND.

Ross Petty Productions is delivering the best gift of all with a new extended viewing window, December 29-31.

"With the state of the world in total upheaval, Lewis Carroll’s fantasies feel like the perfect entertainment for the times. So Ross Petty Productions’ Alice In Winterland – its second annual virtual panto offering – should entertain loyal fans and earn new followers suffering from pandemic fatigue....And there’s even more fun audience participation in store if you decide to watch the Pick-Your-Own-Path version of the show. Since links to the show are available for 72 hours, you’ll have enough time to watch both versions." Glenn Sumi, Now Magazine

With this all-new virtual musical, ALICE IN WINTERLAND, you and your family can sing and dance along, cheer for Alice, boo Frostina, and laugh at the silly, silly, really silly jokes.

New this holiday season is a Pick Your Own Path experience offering more interaction than ever. Will Alice find the ChesPfizer Cat, get invited to the Mad Hatter’s tea party, or learn the latest TikTok dance craze? YOU DECIDE!

For 24 joyful years, Ross Petty Productions has brought families together at Toronto’s Elgin Theatre. This year the virtual holiday musical can be enjoyed across the Canadian Winterland. One ticket is all you need for the whole household with unlimited views for three days.

Tickets are $29 per household with a viewing window of 12:01am NT on Wednesday, December 29 to 11:59pm PST on Friday, December 31, 2021.

Visit ROSSPETTY.COM for more information and to purchase tickets.

Photo: Sara-Jeanne Hosie, Eddie Glen, Kimberly-Ann Truong and Dan Chameroy.