Don’t you love it when you are vastly entertained, and still helping people or animals? "Kitty Critic Live 2" at SPACE Gallery (538 Congress St.) on Saturday, April 15 at 8 p.m. is going to be one of those times.
Kitty Critic exists mainly on the Internet. Treat yourself to a few episodes, and you’ll see a fine balance struck between musicians’ artistry and Daily Show-type satirical humor. Last year, SPACE brought the whole thing from the screen to the stage, and it was such a success that a second installment had to be produced.
If you haven’t hit YouTube yet, here’s a rough sketch: Musicians make a house call to one of their fans and his or her cat(s) and perform for them. The fan is then interviewed by master of ceremonies Jim LeJames. Hilarity, rest assured, ensues.
Some of the acts you may see on Saturday: Sorcha, Spencer Albee, Cormac Brown, Dana Gross, and many others.
And the helping part? The whole thing is a fundraiser for HART (Homeless Animal Rescue Team) of Maine.
Tickets are $10. SPACE may be reached at 207.828.5600.
- Published in Pets