Ta Daa Lady and Rainbow Dome

Ta Daa Lady & Nylon Zoo Rainbow Dome

World River’s Day Langley B.C. 2018

The Ta Daa lady, in her Nylon Zoo Rainbow Dome, presented a puppet show with Billy the Beaver & Sammy the Salmon. They had an entertaining discussion about wetlands and spawning. Filmed and edited by Casey Mons (caseymons@hotmail.com)

Night Magic

Interactive story with shadow puppets, costumes, harp music & dance

Night Magic was written by the Ta Daa Lady,  Angela Brown.  Mehlinda Heartt created the props and costumes and in the performance played her original music on her harp as he Moonlight Fairy. Angela was the Silly Moth. The performance also included a lovely, young Arts Umbrella dancer, Shoulin Young who was the Forest Fairy.

Teddy Bear Picnic Coquitlam B.C. 

Salmonberry Days Dunbar Community Centre

The Ta Daa Lady presents segments of her stage show inside the dome including highly interactive songs, stories and clown turns. The backtrack song written and performed by Angela Brown and Stumpy the puppet (Beautiful Beaus).

Photos by Casey Mons

Squamish Summer Nights

In the middle of the main street in Squamish was the beautiful Rainbow Dome and along the street, the Ta Daa Lady lead a few lively parades. The backtrack is one of Ta Daa’s songs (Wash it Away)  from her CD.

Angela was also in Whistler B.C. with the Rainbow Dome for both the street entertainment and the Children’ s Art Festival….”Thank you again for coming out and making the street entertainment July 12th & 15th 2013 such a colourful blast! As usual, your performances were tip-top and it was great to see you! Take care, thanks for everything!”  Anna Solich, Former Whistler Street Entertainment Coordinator 


“Hi – I just wanted to let whomever organizes the Street Entertainment activities that my 3 year old had an awesome time with the Ta Daa Lady. She can’t stop talking about the costumes and the inflatable dragon and the stories… It made a huge impression on her. We didn’t know there would be entertainment when in the village when we wandered over to the playground yesterday afternoon and we were pleasantly surprised to find arts & crafts activities and the Nylon Zoo. I’d like to thank the WAC for organizing such events. We had come up from Vancouver for some skiing on Sunday thinking we would likely not be back until next winter. However after our experience yesterday and taking a look at the amazing calendar of events you have all summer long we will certainly make it a point to get back to Whistler sooner than later! As a note, I am back from Seattle and a holder of a new Canadian VISA ;-) I will be seeing you plenty more! Sincerely,” – Michelle