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What to Do Tonight: December 7

Neo-soul singer Anthony Hamilton at the Fillmore, a live broadcast of “Don Giovanni” at the AFI, and “Pride and Prejudice” at Round House Theatre.

Grammy winner Anthony Hamilton is bringing his soulful sounds to the Fillmore tonight. Photograph courtesy of the artist’s Web site

Wednesday, December 7
BENEFIT:
Get in the holiday spirit during Gibson’s Baby, It’s Cold Outside fundraiser. Guests can sip on speakeasy-style cocktails and sway to music from DJ Huang. Tickets can be purchased online for $60 or at the door for $75. All proceeds will benefit 826DC, a local nonprofit that provides writing workshops for young students. 8 PM to midnight.

OPERA: The AFI Silver Theatre is hosting a live broadcast of La Scala’s Don Giovanni at noon. “ Don Giovanni has been widely regarded as the greatest opera ever composed,” says NPR. “Mozart’s opera is a brilliant combination of stark human tragedy and touching comedy, set to music of limitless genius.” Opera lovers can catch a recorded encore at 7 PM. Tickets ($15 to $20) can be purchased through the theater’s Web site.

THEATER: If you haven’t already, head to Round House Theatre for a showing of Pride and Prejudice. Set in 18th-century England, Jane Austen’s beloved tale follows the unlikely love affair between proud, wealthy Mr. Darcy and headstrong Elizabeth Bennet. Read our review here. Tickets ($10 to $60) can be purchased through the theater’s Web site. 7:30 PM. The play runs through December 31.

MUSIC:
Neo-soul singer Anthony Hamilton is performing at the Fillmore tonight. The Grammy-winning artist has collaborated with Nappy Roots, Dr. Dre, and Nat King Cole. You can listen to some of his songs here. Tickets ($40) can be purchased through the event’s Web site. 8 PM.

SIGNING:
Calling all fashionistas! Harper’s Bazaar editor Glenda Bailey will be signing copies of her new book, Greatest Hits, at the Coach store in Georgetown (3259 M St., NW). Free. 5 to 7 PM.

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