by Amy Crocker
THEATER: If you missed the film version with Meryl Streep, or if you just can't get enough of behind-the-cloister scandals, catch the New Conservatory Theater production of Doubt: A Parable. Opening tonight at the Walker Theatre, the 2005 Pulitzer Prize winning play follows Sister Aloysius on her quest to prove Father Flynn had inappropriate relations with male students.
8 p.m. // Walker Theatre at New Conservatory Theatre Center (25 Van Ness) // $22
MUSIC: The Los Angeles rap quartet The Pharcyde started in the 80s, but like shoulder pads and neon, they came back. The group is known for the singles "Drop," "Passin' Me By" and "Runnin.'"
10:30 p.m. // Yoshi's (1330 Fillmore) // $35
ART: The opening reception for "Between Control & Uncertainty" by San Francisco artist Kristina Quinones is tonight. Her oil and acrylic paintings will be on display through Feb. 12.
6 p.m. // Market Street Gallery (1554 Market) // Free