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.
What to Do Tonight: December 7

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

Wednesday, December 7
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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