After eight years of entertaining children worldwide, Stevie Nicholson is embarking on his farewell tour with Hi-5, and will personally bid his Filipino fans goodbye when the group returns to Manila this month.
Nicholson, the longest-running member of the Australian super group, will be flashing his final high fives with the rest of the gang from December 18 to 21 at the Hi-5 House of Dreams run slated at the Newport Performing Arts Theater in Resorts World Manila.
“My time with Hi-5 has been a wild roller coaster ride. I can’t thank Hi-5 enough for allowing me the opportunity to grow professionally and personally over the last eight years,” said Nicholson.
In Hi-5 House of Dreams, Nicholson and his friends journey on some wild, wonderful, and wacky dream adventures thanks to the “Dream Meister” Chats and her magical Dream Catcher.
Stevie, Ainsley, Dayen, Mary, and Tanika have a big Hi-5 slumber party where they enter the magical world of dreams: finding themselves in the jungle, fairy gardens, outer space, underwater, and even in the “super cool world” of superheroes. Each dream comes to life on stage in a burst of music, singing, and dancing in the exciting new production.
Hi-5 House of Dreams features such popular Hi-5 songs as “Underwater Discovery,” “Move Your Body,” “It’s a Party,” “Living in a Rainbow,” and more.
In an interview with Australian Daily Telegraph’s Confidential, Nichols talked about mixed emotions about bidding the show goodbye. “The 31-year-old, who is preparing to leave the children’s entertainment group after almost nine years, told Confidential, while he is sad to be leaving the group, he’s enthusiastic about his future.”
He also told the publication that after the tour, he is all set to release a children’s book, following the launch of his kid’s phone app.