Ross Petty's There's Nothing Like Home For The Holidays

Photo credit: Ross Petty Productions

With live theatre productions off the table this holiday season, Ross Petty is making sure that the ‘show goes on’ with a virtual treat for families!

A brand new twistered sequel to THE WIZARD OF OZ transforms into THERE’S NO PLACE LIKE HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS ― a show that combines the best of holiday musicals and interactive entertainment to create a unique high-quality TV-style production. This virtual performance will transform living rooms across Canada into a joyous celebration for the entire family.

Avid fans will be thrilled that favourites from previous seasons are back including Dan Chameroy's hilarious "Plumbum" and comic master himself ― Eddie Glen. AJ Bridel, Camille-Eanga Selenge, and Alex Wierzbicki also return. And kiddos can start practicing their 'Boos' for the wicked Sara-Jeanne Hosie.

New this year... Canada's Roberta Battaglia, the 11 year old singing sensation and Golden Buzzer award winner on the NBC-TV hit series AMERICA’S GOT TALENT, brings her extraordinary voice to the production.

Don't miss your chance to experience Ross Petty's Virtual Holiday Show ― an interactive family musical with as much entertainment for adults as for the kids, and one holiday tradition we can continue to enjoy this year!

By purchasing a ticket, you are also supporting Kids Help Phone who are there for Canada's youth in any moment of crisis or need.

Streaming Dates:

Saturday, December 19. Watch anytime between 10:00am - 9:00pm EST

Sunday, December 20. Watch anytime between 10:00am - 9:00pm EST

Time: Watch the 1-hour show between 10:00am - 9:00pm EST. You can watch the show as many times as you want, during this time.

Tickets: $35 per household.

Tickets are now on sale at

Ross Petty's There's Nothing Like Home For The Holidays

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