Stephanie J. Block, Brian d'Arcy James and Ann Harada Offer Up Holiday Concerts This Week in Nightlife | Playbill

News Stephanie J. Block, Brian d'Arcy James and Ann Harada Offer Up Holiday Concerts This Week in Nightlife offers the best of after-hour shows! Click on the links to take you to the event websites and to purchase tickets directly.

Monday, Dec. 14: Original Avenue Q actress Ann Harada celebrates the holidays with Christmas Eve's Holiday Hunkfest alongside – you guessed it – a handful of Broadway hunks at The Cutting Room. The evening benefits Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS. Tickets from $30; 7 PM

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Michael McElroy and The Broadway Inspirational Voices present a special holiday concert at Harlem's First Corinthian Baptist Church. The gospel choir ensemble, made up of actors and musicians from a host of Broadway and Off-Broadway shows, are bringing down the house with all your holiday favorites. Tickets from $20; 7 PM.

Tuesday, Dec. 15: Want to relive the magic of "Josie and the Pussycats"? Join a cast of Broadway performers as they celebrate the music of this cult classic film at Feinsteins/54 Below. The line-up features the stars of Fiddler on the Roof, Spring Awakening and Kinky Boots. Tickets from $20; 11 PM

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Wednesday, Dec. 16: Don't miss out on Joe's Pub terrific yearlong retrospective of Justin Vivian Bond's cabaret work. Mx presents her annual holiday extravaganza Angels We Have Heard When High, celebrating everything and nothing. Tickets from $35; 9:30 PM

Thursday, Dec. 17: Comedian Catie Lazarus returns to Joe's Pub with her acclaimed show, Employee of the Month. Included among her guests this week are "Boardwalk Empire" star Bobby Cannavale and "Orange is the New Black"'s Jason Biggs. Tickets from $20; 7 PM

Friday, Dec. 18: Back for another year, award-winning composer Joe Iconis returns to Feinstein’s/54 Below to celebrate the holiday season. Directed by John Simpkins and produced by the supper club's own Jennifer Ashley Tepper, the show is part rock concert, part theatre piece, featuring an all-star cast of stage favorites, tiny elves and an inebriated Mr. and Mrs. Claus. Tickets from $25; Dec. 18 and 19 at 7 PM and 11 PM

Saturday, Dec. 19: Tony Award nominees Stephanie J. Block and Brian d'Arcy James join The New York Pops to brighten up the holiday season with a specially-themed concert at Carnegie Hall. Titled It's Christmas Time in the City, the one-night-only concert features music direction by Steven Reineke. Tickets from $20; Dec. 18 and 19 at 8 PM

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