ART: GLBT Historical Society, LGBT Community Center, and Scott Richards Contemporary Art will unveil MILK, the photo mosaic of Harvey Milk, created by Robert Silvers. The event immediately follows the Rainbow Flag raising ceremony at Market and Castro and features Stoli cocktails, Hess wines, and an appetizer buffet.

6 to 9 p.m. // The Lookout (3600 16th St) // free

THEATER: In Mauritus, "a young woman unknowingly discovers the rarest of stamps in her dead mother’s inheritance. Can she maneuver her way past scheming collectors, greedy dealers, and her own sister all the way to the bank?" Written by Pulitzer Prize nominee and Emmy winner Theresa Rebeck.

6:30 p.m. // Magic Theatre (Fort Mason Center, Bldg D, 3rd Floor) // $35-40

COMEDY: Kearny Street Workshop, who's mission is to produce and present art that enriches and empowers Asian Pacific American communities, presents Life, Death & Comedy, an evening of readings/presentations of brand-new comedic work developed in KSW's 8-week workshop, led by writer and performer Samantha Chanse. Performers include Allan Manalo, Linda Park, Yasmine Gomez, Jon Yang, Chuck Lacson, and Cathlin Goulding.

7 p.m. // Kearny Street Workshop @ PariSoMa (1436 Howard St) // free