Robert Pilon (Phantom from Phantom of the Opera, Jean Valjean, Les Miserables) returns to the St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts with his “friends” for an inspiring evening of musical remembrance marking the 100th Anniversary of the end of World War 1 for the benefit of Wounded Warriors Canada. Exceptional talent confirmed thus far: Jully Black (jazz and blues singer), Sean Cullen (comedian), Dr. Draw (electric violinist extraordinaire), Holly Carr (performance artist), and a sixty member choir. This evening of outstanding entertainment, featuring music from Broadway to pop to inspirational, will be held on the eve of the Remembrance Day weekend for the benefit of Wounded Warriors Canada, who “honour the fallen, help the living”, a charity that brings support and hope to those in uniform and their families, military, veterans and first responders, suffering from mental health challenges, in particular, PTSD. This will most certainly be an evening to remember.