Sleigh What?!?! A Holiday Family Improv Show & Photos With Santa
The elves are running amuck at the North Pole, and the tinsel is flying. Before the big guy and his tiny reindeer can take off, they need your help! Based on suggestions from you – our audience – your family can help the Elves save Christmas! During your adventure, enjoy a hilarious one-of-a-kind story you help create, and take a photo with Santa himself! All of this is included with your visit.
Safety is our foremost priority while creating a holiday hometown event for your family. Sleigh What?!?! is taking the proper precautions to ensure a safe visit to the North Pole. All actors, staff, and guests are required to wear masks the entire time. (Actors will be wearing special clear shield masks.) Social distancing of at least 6 feet between audience members is managed by limited theatre capacity and special seating blocks called Seating Bays. Seating Bays accommodate either up to 2, 4, or 6 individuals (3 years or older). All Seating Bays allow for up to 2 lap sitters (0-2 years old).
The improv show leads into photos with Santa and you are called by group to a special queue to another magical area- not to worry as fun activities fill the time until you are called.
All surfaces are cleaned and disinfected before and after performances.
For Santa photos, Old Saint Nick is distanced between your children and family and your masks may come off for the quick photo. For children hoping to share their Christmas wish list with Santa, they may bring a letter to leave with him.
Book your trip to the North Pole today, and gift hometown magic to your family!
Important health & safety policies:
- Face coverings are required at all times for guests ages 3 and older.
- Temperatures are checked prior to entry. Guests with a temperature of 100.4˚ F or greater will not be admitted.
- Social distancing is in effect. Please keep your group at least 6 feet (2 meters) from other groups.
- Wash your hands often for at least 20 seconds with soap and water.
Download our digital playbill here!