Screening Joys on Christmas Eve: Bringing the Theater to You

You better not shout,

You better not cry,

You better not pout—I’m tellin’ you why:

Santa Claus is cominnnnn’ to town!

Really? When? What’s he sound like? Will Rudolph be there? Can I see him up close?

Why sing a sweet Christmas carol to your children if it raises their expectations only to be crushed?

Better yet—why not stay true to your word and plan a delightful surprise that adds a whole new meaning to Christmas cheer?

A Christmas Story

‘Tis the season to be jolly, folks!

And there’s nothing worse than seeing your little girl or boy shed a tear at the realization that Santa doesn’t exist (ahem) won’t be able to make it this time around. It’s the gut-wrenching equivalent of seeing them rush to the ornament-laden tree come Christmas morning—only to find no colorful presents waiting for them underneath.

Brr…. so cold.

Amidst the madness of Christmas shopping, decorating the tree, planning the menu and catching your breath, you’re likely to place your child’s wide-eyed Santa-struck curiosity on the backburner.

“We’ll have the talk when it’s time,” you reassure yourself—putting off the whole affair, until the arrival of the big day.

One Christmas goes by, then the second, followed by the third.

Suddenly it dawns on them—no thanks to you!

Seeing Santa on Christmas!

You might think you’re only doing your job. Pulling out all the stops to make sure your child is happy. Running around frantically like a chicken with its head cut off on Christmas eve, making sure everything is in order; the stockings lined up, milk and cookies on the coffee table, plenty of wood in the fireplace to cushion Santa’s fall, and eggnog to drink while laying the whole thing to rest.

What else are you supposed to do, anyway? Invite Santa over?

Actually—that’s exactly what you should do! Invite him over and celebrate his arrival by planning an activity that’s more sincere than, say, waking up early to finish the milk and cookie left for Kriss Kringle. (We know it was you, Dad!)

Did we lose you at “invite Santa over”? Don’t worry; we’ll explain.

With the magic of technology, you now have the privilege of not just seeing Santa, but letting him into your homes every time you watch a Christmas classic.

Rather than putting off a heartbreaking conversation about Santa being a man with a fake beard representation of joy and celebration to commemorate the birth of Christ, plan a movie night and let the moving images do the talking!

Don’t want to spend Christmas Eve in a theater? Not a problem! We’ll bring the theater to you!

Toronto Audio Visual Rentals provides affordable rental services for audio visual equipment, including HD projectors, screens, lights and video cameras on rent.

This Christmas, put out all the stops to see that sparkle in your children’s eyes as they finally spend Christmas with Santa Claus! Contact us for inquiries and rental charges today!

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