Happening Saturday: Think Again, DJ Pierre, and more

-Think Again: Let’s be honest; magic shows geared toward adults can only pass without mass eye-rolling if the magician risks extreme bodily harm. Max Major eats glass and pulls stuff out of his eye sockets. And he “reads minds,” which could potentially result in a slap upside the head. 8 p.m., Baltimore Theatre Project, 45 W. Preston St., (410) 752-8558, theatreproject.org, $25-$60. (Maura Callahan)

-"Rituals and The Docile Body: A Solo Exhibition By Dafna Rehavia": Israeli-born and Pittsburgh-based artist Dafna Rehavia draws from multiculturalism and feminist activism to create her installations, fiber art, assemblages, and collage works, such as altered Islamic prayer rugs and a wedding dress made from menstrual pads. At the opening reception for her first solo exhibition in Baltimore, catch experimental duo Slowdanger (fellow yinzers) perform a ritual-inspired dance and join The Feminist Art Project-Baltimore in a participatory workshop to create "flowers" out of menstrual pads—after all, fanned out in a tall vase is the cutest way to organize and store your feminine toiletries. Through Sept. 26, Gallery CA, 440 E. Oliver St., (410) 528-9239, galleryca.org, free. (Maura Callahan)

-From the Short List: DJ Pierre (the Chicago acid-house innovator, not the Baltimore club producer) spins at The Paradox with Shawn Q, Chris Nitti, and more. Local roots-rock band The Stone Hill All-Stars performs at The Cabaret at Germano’s. Cello virtuoso Michael G. Ronstadt (nephew of Linda) performs at An die Musik Live. Metal band Dogs & Day Drinkers and rapper Zone 8 Breezy are among the diverse Maryland acts tonight at Kent Massive in Chestertown. The Bayside Tigers play the hits of the ’90s at Rams Head Live. Veteran British experimental band Psychic TV headlines the Metro Gallery. Local surf punks Plague Bubonika play the Sidebar with Brewster Saints. Swedish progressive-metal band Evergrey headlines Baltimore Soundstage. Richmond’s StrikeStone! spins bassline and garage at The UKG Social at The Depot. Don’t miss: Top-40 girl group Fifth Harmony, whose single 'Worth It' was an endlessly entertaining summer jam of 2015, headlines the Maryland State Fair. (Al Shipley)

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