SCIENCE: The saga of killer plants prevails at Conservatory of Flowers' new Wicked Plants: Botanical Rogues & Assassins exhibit, and tonight's after hours event, Plants Behind Bars, will provide an extra eerie take on the exhibit. Hemp ale from Pacific Brew Lab will be on tap, along with other "intoxicating" potions from the bar, and musical guests The Human Condition "will ensnare your dancing feet with their modern brand of roots music."

6 to 9 p.m. // Conservatory of Flowers (100 John F. Kennedy Dr., Golden Gate Park) // $5, 21+

PERFORMANCE: At SFMOMA's Electric Party Songs, eleven actors from Workcenter of Jerzy Grotowski and Thomas Richards will perform blues, rock, pop, opera, and even punk idioms that draw inspiration from Allen Ginsberg's poetry, as they flow through the audience, creating "a social space for new encounters with Ginsberg, American music, and the space of the museum." The program also includes a screening of films by and about Ginsberg, and Meatpaper magazine welcomes spring with an edible flowers-themed "Food & Thought" event in the Rooftop Garden.

6 to 9:45 p.m. // SFMOMA (151 Third Street) // free with museum admission

THEATER: SFSU College of Creative Arts presents, The House of Bernarda Alba, a not-so-traditional production of the classic Garcia Lorca play about the youngest of five sisters who dares to rebel against the repressive world created by their mother, featuring an all-female cast.

7 to 9 p.m. // Studio Theater at San Francisco State (1600 Holloway) // $5-10