MUSIC: Beloved choral "psychphonic" pop rock band The Polyphonic Spree will be at Great American tonight celebrating their 11th year of existence along with the release of their new single "Bullseye." Also featuring guests New Fumes and Sweet Lee Morrow. (8 p.m., Great American Music Hall, 859 O'Farrell Street)

FILM: S.F. Film Society's current artist in residence, Iraqi filmmaker Oday Rasheed, will present a screening of his drama Qarantina, which tells the story of a broken family living uneasily within the gated courtyard of a dilapidated house in Baghdad. Rasheed will speak in conversation with moderator Terry McCarthy after the film. (7:30 p.m., SF Film Society Cinema, 1746 Post Street)

THEATER: It's Prologue night at A.C.T., featuring a "lively" preshow discussion with the director and A.C.T. artistic staff preceding tonight's performance of the new A.C.T. production of Maple and Vine, in which protagonists Katha and Ryu escape the overwhelming New Millennium by joining a community of 1950s reenactors, "where life is slower, passion is risqué, and a sparkling cocktail is a daily accessory." (5:30 p.m., American Conservatory Theater, 415 Geary Street)