LAUNCH PARTY: Who says print is dead? We Still Like is defying this statement by releasing their very first issue, Manifesto Destiny, a manifesto-themed collection of prose, poetry, reviews, rants, and raves. The celebratory event will feature soapbox-style pontificating, manifesto-ing, and poem-ing by writers featured in the current issue. Then attendees will be invited to take a test drive in the patented Hyperbolic Chamber, outfitted to encourage all their grandiose statements and wildest dreams, courtesy of Bradford Earle.
7 p.m. // Space Gallery (1141 Polk St) // $5 donation, gets you a numbered copy of the handmade issue, while supplies last
THEATER: International cabaret and concert star Klea Blackhurst stars in Call Me Madam as Ambassador Sally Adams, Washington’s most vivacious -- and unconventional -- party-giver who's sent to represent the U.S. in the tiny duchy of Lichtenburg. The play features music and lyrics by Irving Berlin.
7 p.m. // Eureka Theatre (215 Jackson St) // $24-39