G Philly’s roundup of what’s happening later this evening, darling.
This one’s going to involve a drive out of town, but it’s totally worth the quarter-tank of gas. Local trans comedian Julia Scotti (whom I profiled last year in this City Paper cover story) is gathering her funny pals for a Comedy Test Kitchen Reunion. This is the same rowdy comedy show she used to host at Dark Horse Pub in Headhouse. The lineup is huge. Besides Miss Scotti, it includes standup comedians Amy Daulton, Tim Hayes and Gina Stitzer, and tunes from The Kitchenaires. 8 p.m., $5, PJ Ryan’s Pub, 231 Bridge St., Phoenixville.
The Temple Association of Black Journalists is hosting HIV Undressed, an evening of discussions, guest speakers and counseling that’s meant to generate education and awareness about HIV/AIDS in the black community. Positive Voices of Philadelphia co-founder Dawna Edwards-Watson and Prevention Point Philly tester/counselor Vivian Ortiz will speak. There will also be rapid testing done on site. 7 p.m., free, Howard Gittis Student Center, Temple University, 1755 N. 13th St.
Up-and-coming theater troupe Touch Me Philly is raising funds for its 2013 by hosting a sing-along tonight in the Gayborhood. Last year, TMP performed “The Rocky Horror Picture Show … with Puppets!” So stop by and show them support so we can see what they’ll come up with next. 9 p.m., $5, Tabu Lounge and Sports Bar, 200 S. 12th St.