ART: Artist Dennis McNulty of Infectious Art celebrates the '80s aesthetic in his latest exhibition 1981 Pervert by reappropriating the colors, shapes, and layouts of early 1980s men's magazine design, zeroing in on the genre's own re-engagement of the pinup icons of the 1940s and 1950s.

5:30 to 7:30 p.m. // Mark Wolfe Contemporary Art (49 Geary St, Ste 202) // free

DANCE/LIT: The zombies are unstoppable. They will be meeting at City Hall tonight for a Zombie Rights Protest and Thriller Tribute. Zombies are encouraged to bring clever protest signs. After dancing to "Thriller" at 7 p.m., the zombies will "hobble" over to Books, Inc. to hear Scott G. Brown read from his new book, Breathers, A Zombie's Lament.

5:45 p.m. // San Francisco City Hall (1 Dr. Carlton B. Goodlett Place) // free
7 p.m. // Books, Inc. (601 Van Ness) // free

THEATER: As part of New Conservatory Theatre's Summer Cabaret Series, in Connie Champagne Sings Songs to Make You Gay, Connie and company perform a collection of classic and contemporary songs that speak of a certain "unspoken" love. Runs through August 1.

8 p.m. // New Conservatory Theatre (25 Van Ness) // $20-28