From center ice to center stage.
The National Ballet describes the Cannon Dolls as guest roles, "colorfully costumed Russian Petrouchka dolls who shoot a cannon into the audience to being the battle scene in Act I."
Unfortunately, the roles require no choreographed dancing, but it's possible one of the two could bust out an impromptu move.
Matthews and Marner aren't the first Maple Leafs to make an appearance in the show. Hall of Famer Mats Sundin took the stage in 2007, and legendary goaltender Jacques Plante performed back in 1971.
So, what's the price to witness the young Leafs in the ballet? About the same as it is to see the duo lace them up at Scotiabank Arena, as tickets currently start at CA$85.
Their performance is scheduled for Dec. 19 at Toronto's Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts.