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What to Do Tonight: November 2
Country star Chris Young at the Fillmore, a 1920s speakeasy at Red Palace, and opening night of “The Golden Dragon” at Studio Theatre.
Grammy Award nominee Chris Young is performing at the Fillmore tonight. Photograph courtesy of the artist’s Facebook page
Wednesday, November 2
MUSIC: Country singer Chris Young is bringing his Neon album tour to the Fillmore. The Grammy Award nominee’s latest record is a “meticulously produced, precisely written, ballad-heavy set that showcases Young’s deep tenor amid rich arrangements and heartstring-pulling lyricism,” according to Billboard. You can check out some of his songs here. Tickets ($20) can be purchased through Live Nation. 7 PM.
SPEAKEASY: Dust off your flapper dress and relive the Roaring Twenties during Red Palace’s Moonshine Cabaret. The show will feature live music, slapstick comedy, burlesque, and vaudeville. Tickets ($10) can be purchased through Red Palace’s Web site. Doors open at 9 PM; the show begins at 9:30. 21 and up.
COMEDY: Standup comedian Dan Cummins is performing at DC Improv tonight. The Comedy Central star has appeared on The Late Show, The Late, Late Show, and Last Comic Standing. Tickets ($15) can be purchased through DC Improv’s Web site. 8 PM.
THEATER: Don’t miss opening night of The Golden Dragon at Studio Theatre. Set in a pan-Asian restaurant, the story explores the daily struggle of being an illegal immigrant. Tickets ($35 to $69) can be purchased through the theater’s Web site. 8 PM. The play runs through December 11.
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