Arts & Culture

 

Chrissy Tashjian wanted the audience to know where she was coming from. The lead singer and guitarist for the Philadelphia-based punk rock band Thin Lips vocalized her concern for the safety of LGBT youth and adults while on tour in Europe with The Superweaks and Modern Baseball, two other Philadelphia-based bands.

TALK TO THE ‘HAND’: Philadelphia Theatre Company presents “Hand to God,” the wickedly funny Tony Award-nominated Broadway comedy about the Christian Puppet Ministry, as foul-mouthed sock puppet Tyrone, who has a less-than-Christian agenda, teaches those around him that a person’s darkest urges and desires are well in reach. The show runs March 31-April 30 at Suzanne Roberts Theatre, 480 S. Broad St. For more information or tickets, call 215-985-0420.

“The hardest thing in the world to understand is the income tax.”

— Albert Einstein 

Well, Einstein may have had a problem, but this week’s profile, Keisha Price, has it under control. As one of the “Tax Warriors” at Drucker & Scaccetti, Price delights in helping her clients make sense of their money.

UNTAMED MELODIES: Philly cabaret star Dito van Reigersberg unleashes a new show as his alter ego Martha Graham Cracker in “Lashed But Not Leashed,” a musical fever-dream featuring original songs, through March 18 at the Kimmel Center’s SEI Innovation Studio, 300 S. Broad St. For more information or tickets, call 215-893-1999. Photo: Kevin Monko

One of the highlights of this year’s qFLIX is gay writer/director Russell Brown’s enjoyable ensemble comedy “Search Engines.” The film, which plays noon March 18 at Prince Theatre, has 15 characters in an extended family meeting for a Thanksgiving meal. They are all having trouble, both in life and with their cell phones, and their collective situations force everyone to communicate in real time, offline. 

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