ROULETTE—Back Fence PDX is trying out improv: The "Russian Roulette" edition challenges storytellers (like Shelley McLendon and Mercury reporter Sarah Mirk) to come up with true tales, with themes chosen by the audience, in five minutes or less! Hate change? Tomorrow night's show is back to normal, and features Parenthood's Joy Bryant! MS
Mission Theater, 1624 NW Glisan, Wed & Thurs 8 pm, $12.50-20, 21+
BEAT BEAT—2011's high-octane The FP was one of the funniest and bizarrest films in recent memory—think The Warriors, but with gangs playing Dance Dance Revolution. Now Jason Trost, the star and co-director of The FP, is back with All Superheroes Must Die, in which a band of superheroes is forced to defend themselves. Trost's in town to do a screening and Q&A of Superheroes, followed by a screening of The FP—all for free! EH
Mt. Tabor Theater, 4811 SE Hawthorne, All Superheroes Must Die at 7 pm, The FP at 9:30 pm, FREE, 21+
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