The 29-year-old entertainer also made no attempt to hide her love for her native California, heaping praise on the Golden State in often hilarious ways. “We don’t need snow — we can see snow on the Internet,” said the Santa Barbara native, inadvertently providing possibly the best summary of 21st-century culture to date. There was plenty of good-old-fashioned razzmatazz throughout the night. Perry skipped rope — of the glow-in-the-dark variety — with fellow dancers during “Roar,” rode on a mechanical dancing horse for “Dark Horse,” and spun in the air while connected to a tangling prism, at the end of “E.T.” She led her dancers in her Kitty Purry bit, bogeying about in costumes seemingly on loan from a production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s “Cats,” then watched as consumer products — Champagne, lipstick, etc. — hovered overhead.
HARP also is looking for volunteers to help at adoption events, take cats to the veterinarian, and keep records on the number of animals that undergo tests, are vaccinated and ballet charms spayed or neutered, Kitten season is just around the corner, said HARP President Karen Kops, and without additional volunteers her group might not be able to place as many babies, Last year HARP found homes for about 350 cats, most of them kittens, she said, To reserve a spot at the meeting, contact Kops at 925-431-8546 or email her at email@example.com..
Details: Through May 30; $20-$100; themarsh.org. 9 ShakesBEERience: Intimidated by the works of the Bard? Drink your problems away. Literally. This regularly occurring attraction at San Jose’s Cafe Stritch presents passionate if bare-bones productions of Shakespeare’s works in a bar, where a pint or two can suddenly make all that challenging prose and dense plot developments seem suddenly clear. The program returns on April 20 with a performance of “Richard III.”. Details: 6:30 p.m.; free; seating is first-come, first-served; cafestritch.com.
CHERUB, 10 p.m, Oct, 19; Slim’s; $13-$15, KARL DENSON’S TINY UNIVERSE, presents a Ray Charles Boogaloo Dance Party featuring Zach Deputy and the Cosmic Horns, 9 p.m, Oct, 19; Fillmore; $25, GWAR, Whitechapel, Iron Reagan, a Band of Orcs, 7:30 p.m, Oct, 20; Regency Ballroom; $25-$28, TIMEFLIES, Chiddy Bang, 8 p.m, Oct, 20; Fillmore; $25, MS ballet charms MR, Wildcat! Wildcat!, third show added, 8 p.m, Oct, 21; Independent; $15, Oct, 15-16 shows at same venue are sold out, EMILIE AUTUMN, 8 p.m, Oct, 22; Slim’s; $20..
The workout has a nightclub vibe, complete with low lighting, strobe lights, mirrors and the sounds of Beyoncé, J.Lo, Busta Rhymes and other high-voltage singers. The moves and music Jones selects are meant to empower women, making them feel like stars, she says. At each class, Jones and her dance assistants ask the women to scream such phrases as “Yes, I’m fierce. Yes, I’m sexy. Yes, I got this!” Jones reminds them to live their lives with intention and to always reach for more.
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