FILM: As part of the Frameline Film Festival, Bear Nation shares the stories of bears' "second coming out:" finding other big, hairy guys, and explores the transformation of the bear movement into a celebrated subculture.
6:45 p.m. // Roxie Cinema (3117 16th St) // $10
THEATER: The Cutting Ball Theater presents Samuel Beckett's Krapp's Last Tape, a one-person play about the story of an older man listening to recordings he made when he was young and in love. Runs through July 3.
5 p.m. // EXIT on Taylor (277 Taylor St) // $15-30
MUSIC: Be sure to bring earplugs to tonight's psychedelic, lo-fi noise rock line-up. Headliners A Place To Bury Strangers, from Brooklyn, are described by Spin as "not unlike having hot club soda poured in your ears." Chicago's Light Pollution and SF's Weekend open.
7:30 p.m. // Rickshaw Stop (155 Fell St) // $12-14