THEATER: The San Francisco International Arts Festival and the Society of Living Traditions present Moscow's Liquid Theatre's West Coast debut with their award winning performance of Antidot, the company’s humorous physical theatre reflections on the restrictions and confinements of life working in an office. (7 p.m., Marines Memorial Theatre, 609 Sutter Street)

MUSIC/ART: Head over to Yoshi SF's lounge for a night of Divine Decadence, a 1920s inspired evening featuring a live art auction and performances by The Disposition, Cookie Tongue, and Wooly Man. Proceeds benefit Kids of Huerta, a small non-profit organization dedicated to helping orphan children in the small village of Huerta, just outside of Cusco, Peru. (8 p.m., Yoshi's San Francisco, 1330 Fillmore Street)

FILM: "High Modernist master of contemporary South Korean cinema" Hong Sang-soo returns with The Day He Arrives, "a black-and-white variation on Hong’s now-trademark twice-told tales about increasingly drunken filmmakers embarking on doomed journeys to reunite with mistreated old flames," which is both a comedy of errors and "a nightmare vision of a tormented creator ten times darker than Barton Fink." (3, 5, 7 and 9 p.m., SF Film Society Cinema, 1746 Post Street)