THEATER: This looks fun: "The runaway cult hit makes its San Francisco debut, starring the incomparable Matthew Martin and his camp cohort Mike Finn. See what happens when a drag headmistress and her cross-dressed minions put on a musical of Moby Dick to save their beleaguered girls’ school." (Opens tonight, runs until October 12.)

8 p.m. // Theatre Rhinoceros (2926 16th Street) // $15-$40

MUSIC: So does this Silke Tudor-recommended event: "For the last decade, the Music for People & Thingamajigs Festival has endeavored to pull the avant-garde into public focus. This year, the much-expanded festival offers concerts, workshops, a marathon musical picnic, a gallery exhibit," featuring Toychestra, Chris Brown (professor of music at Mills College), the Norman Conquest, and the Wreck of the Old Number 10.

8 p.m. // The Luggage Store (1007 Market) // $10-$15

FILM: As does this:Thrillville's Shatfest: Tribue to William Shatner. Tonight's screening is White Comanche (1968) in which Shatner "brilliantly portrays twin half breed Indians - one good, one evil!"

9:15 p.m. // Cerrito Speakeasy Theater (10070 San Pablo, El Cerrito) // $8

Moby Dick! The Musical