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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. By Samantha Miller
Comments () | Published November 2, 2011

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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