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Watch Sudbury native Leisa Way’s online Christmas show, support STC

Tickets to ‘Rockin Round the Christmas Tree’ are $25, and the whole family can watch
Sudbury native Leisa Way and her Wayward Wind Band. (Supplied)

Sudbury Theatre Centre is offering its patrons a very special virtual holiday show from a performer who has sold out many shows on its stage in the past.

Sudbury native Leisa Way, along with her Wayward Wind Band, always deliver a performance not to be missed, said a press release.

Buy a ticket to Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree and support Sudbury Theatre Centre. For every ticket purchased to this dazzling holiday show, STC will receive $5 (20 per cent of ticket sales). 

Rockin' Round the Christmas Tree will be sent to you by a private link that you can watch in the comfort of your own home until Jan. 3.

The concert is hosted by Theatre Orangeville, where this online show was filmed. Tickets are only $25 for the whole family to enjoy this holiday extravaganza.

When buying your ticket on Theatre Orangeville's website, you will be asked, "How did you hear about us?" Use the drop-down box and choose "Sudbury Theatre Centre."

If you prefer to call the Theatre Orangeville box office and speak to a real person, you can do so at 1-800-424-1295. Don't forget to tell them you're a patron of STC to ensure the local theatre receives 20 per cent of the ticket revenue. 

Leisa and her talented band will have you singing along to Bing Crosby’s White Christmas, Silent Night, Bruce Springsteen’s Santa Claus is Coming to Town, Elvis’ Blue Christmas and Chuck Berry’s Run, Run, Rudolph. The kids and grandkids will delight at The Grinch, and join in singing Jingle Bells, Frosty the Snowman, Feliz Navidad, Must Be Santa, and of course, Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer.

“As I sadly can't perform live for folks right now, I filmed a holiday show recently,” said Way, in an email to

“The idea was to be able to raise the spirits of audiences all over, as with an online 'film' folks can watch it from anywhere from the comfort of their own homes!  But it was really a way to help out theatres that I love so they might be able to bring some revenue in at Christmas.”

You can purchase tickets online here.