Vegas-style Christmas spectacular comes to Oshawa’s Tribute Communities Centre

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Published December 16, 2022 at 2:48 pm

Christmas – Las Vegas style is coming to Oshawa’s Tribute Communities Centre Saturday night for Holiday Dreams, a spectacular holiday show that features holograms, projection mapping, holiday music and incredible lasers, along with a cast of award-winning acrobats, daredevils and cirque-performers.

Created as a modern alternative to holiday shows, Holiday Dreams presents a fast-paced exciting cirque-style show that is appealing to everyone. Produced by Las Vegas-based Q Productions Las Vegas, the show presents holographic technologies as seen only in Vegas productions as well as interactive lasers. The performers include award-winning acrobats to seasoned talent seen in shows like America’s Got Talent and Outrageous Acts of Science. With spectacles such as elves catapulting themselves off ramps while riding scooters, to BMX Bikes and Extreme Rollerbladers, to acrobats diving off a giant Trampwall all the way to comedic performances, Holiday Dreams delivers a totally unique spectacle.

“I wanted the show to present high-end technology and amazing talent seen only in Vegas shows,” said show creator and producer Fernando Quevedo. “We have holograms that are truly magical. We have Lady Light, an award-winning laser performer that ‘bends’ light and manipulates lasers; we have a lot of audience interaction and comedy.”

“I also wanted to create a show that celebrated the spirit of the holidays and would serve as a bridge for families from different generations to come together and experience something together. We are all absorbed in our little technological worlds. Theater allows a communal experience. A place for all to gather and laugh, cheer and be awed. There’s something truly wonderful about that.”

Holiday Dreams is not only high-energy production numbers. It has a whimsical story that connects all of the performers featuring a mischievous Elf that thinks he has mailed himself to a tropical island but instead finds himself delivered to the wrong address: the Tribute Communities Centre.

So if you’re looking for something new, fun, exciting and holiday-themed to do this weekend, this just might be the ticket.

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