Joining the conversation on Cue To Cue today is the Artistic Producer of Toronto Musical Concerts, Christopher Wilson.

Chris is not one to sit around watch things happen. He is a mover and a shaker and has always been, as long as I've known him, committed to lifting up artists and creating community among performers, by writing and producing his own work, putting on productions and providing work for actors and teaching up and coming talent.

In the same spirit, with COVID-19 hit Chris was looking for ways to help Performers in the industry who find themselves currently out of work with every event, production, and tour being canceled.

Chris  is presenting a YouTube Live stream, BIG GIRL & Friends supporting The AFC – the lifeline for Canada's entertainment industry beginning Monday, March 23


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Christopher Wilson: BIG GIRL & FRIENDS Concert To Raise Money For The AFC and Entertain The World During Social Distancing

by Chelsea Johnson | Cue to Cue

Christopher's selected performing credits include: the Stratford Festival, Charlottetown Festival, Drayton Entertainment, National Arts Centre, and the Canadian Opera Company. As an arts educator, he currently teaches with the Sheridan College Bachelor of Musical Theatre Program, the Randolph College for the Performing Arts, and the Toronto District School Board. Christopher is the Artistic Producer of Toronto Musical Concerts, having presented: Into The Woods, Assassins, Cocktails & Candy Canes, Company, Merrily We Roll Along, Parade and Urinetown In Concert. As writer/composer, Christopher created the critically acclaimed contemporary musical drama, Living With Henry (2011 Toronto Fringe, 2012 Next Stage Festival, 2012 New York Musical Theatre Festival). He also performed his one-man musical cabaret, Two Kittens & A Kid (A Gay Man Raising His Inner Diva) internationally (2016 Edinburgh Fringe, Toronto, New York City).

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