ART: Happy Feet presents Defiant Proclamations: Radical Posters from the 1960s to the Present, an exhibit featuring old and new posters, handbills, and artifacts, "giving a glimpse of the broad range of opinions and styles that have papered walls" across the Bay Area.
7 p.m. to Midnight // CellSpace (2050 Bryant St) // free
LITERARY: WritersCorps joins forces with four museums to present Claim the Block, featuring readings by young writers that relate to the art in the museums, issues of adolescence, and claiming their place in their neighborhoods and communities in San Francisco. Tonight's installment features Carrie Leilam Love and Cindy Je with students from Mission High School, Hilltop High School, and the San Francisco Main Public Library.
7 to 8 p.m. // Contemporary Jewish Museum (736 Mission St) // free
COMEDY: Tonight's the premiere of The Thunderbird Theatre Company's, Death Play, a full length ninety-minute sketch, which is the third installment in the critically acclaimed sketch comedy series, "Serve By Expiration," written by Sang S. Kim.
8 p.m. // Exit Theatre (156 Eddy St) // $15-20