Metalachi will be rocking El Corazon on Wednesday.
Metalachi will be rocking El Corazón on Wednesday.

This week's got some good, strange stuff, including a Mark Twain impersonator, a shadow puppet show about foxes, and a mariachi metal band. Here's all the off-kilter stuff Seattle has to offer the next few days. As always, check out our complete Things To Do calendar for even more events.

Newaxeyes' Forward-Leaning Tunes
Get on board with Newaxeyes' post-modern gloom and doom, stat.

Hal Holbrook's Mark Twain
Actor Hal Holbrook (Deep Throat in All the President's Men) embodies Mark Twain onstage and recites Twain's writings.

Sgt Rigsby & His Amazing Silhouettes: The Ballad of Karla Fox
This new show is a "super intense and really dark psychological thriller/shadow puppet show" about a fox that learns about the evil in the world after her parents die in an accident.

Songs of Nihonmachi
Expect a very ghostly work in a very ghostly place. The music will be performed by the local percussionist Paul Kikuchi, and the location is the Panama Hotel Tea & Coffee. The dub of sounds meets the dub of time.

Mariachi meets metal, just like the name says.

Electro Swing Burlesque Spectacular
The title alone should entice you to check this out.

Mutual Therapy
Have you ever wanted to enjoy a "relaxing, mutually beneficial sonic environment" with your house plants? Now's your chance.

Veterans' Glassblowing Day Celebration
The Museum of Glass celebrates National Veterans' Glassblowing Day by offering free workshops to veterans.

Inquisition and Fetish Night
"Leather, uniforms, diapers, fur suits, rubber, gunge, ASFR—whatever your vice is, be sure to dress up so you can skip the line. The Sisters will be selling Jell-O shots and indulgences to support PrEP outreach, so whatever you decide to wear, don't forget to include a cash donation to a worthy cause. " -Matt Baume