Watch a cast of all-female and gender-non-conforming actors in a play that tells “the true(ish) adventure tale of 10 dedicated explorers on a 1869 expedition to chart the Colorado River.” Tickets: $3-$16. University Theatre, 222 York St. 8 p.m.
Learn how rock music in the countries of the former Eastern Bloc (Soviet Union, Poland, Czechoslovakia) contributed to the fall of communist regimes. Films, a rock session, and a roundtable discussion will be featured. Free. Loria Center for the History of Art, 190 York St. 11 a.m.-5 p.m.
Gather in the lobby as students and community members play a piano that once belonged to Sir Noël Coward, the English playwright, composer, director, actor, and singer. Free. Yale University Art Gallery, 1111 Chapel St. 1:30 p.m.
Catch the final performance of Shakespeare’s comedy, in which pride, rumors, mistakes, and male fragility threaten the happiness of two would-be couples. Free. Frederick Iseman Theater, 1156 Chapel St. 4 p.m.
Listen to the Yale Schola Cantorum performing Domenico Scarlatti’s “Stabat Mater,” a baroque vision of the Virgin Mary’s lament at the foot of the cross, and James MacMillan’s “Seven Last Words,” a modern interpretation of the last seven utterances of Jesus Christ. Free. Battell Chapel, College and Elm Sts. 7:30 p.m.
Explore America’s involvement in World War I from the perspective of the country’s most marginalized residents, particularly African Americans and immigrant communities. Exhibition continues until June 1. Free. Sterling Memorial Library, 120 High St. Noon-11:45 p.m.
Attend a screening of a documentary memoir that depicts a comic book artist returning to Seoul for the first time since he was abandoned at the age of 5. Free. Whitney Humanties Center, 53 Wall St. 7 p.m.