Top Ticket Dec. 18 to 24: Music, comedy and theatre of the night


Colm Wilkinson: Broadway & BeyondWatch this if: You’re not afraid of this Phantom.Wilkinson, one of the biggest names and voices in musical theatre (in Canada and beyond), is often the highlight of any production he performs in. So why not cut out the middle men and women and just watch him alone singing his biggest hits (including “Bring Him Home” from Les Misérables and “Music of the Night” from The Phantom of the Opera) and some unexpected repertoire like “Danny Boy” and “Folsom Prison Blues.” This is the original Jean Valjean. Need I say more?Dec. 19, Ed Mirvish Theatre, 244 Victoria St.The Basement RevueArticle Continued BelowWatch this if: You’re late to the party.The highly popular music and literary series curated by Arts & Crafts musician Jason Collett and poet Damian Rogers is celebrating its 10th anniversary. Each Friday in December, Collett and Rogers assemble a surprise lineup of Canadian superstars to take over the intimate Dakota Tavern, but tough luck if you don’t already have a ticket. Luckily, the Basement Revue has been moved to a much larger location for its final pre-Christmas show, so there’s room for last-minute concertgoers looking for a holiday surprise.Dec. 22, The Great Hall, 1087 Queen St. W.

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