Arts

Sean (Nahuel Pérez Biscayart), one of the main characters in “BPM,” opening Nov. 3 at the Ritz at the Bourse, is a radical and HIV-positive guy in the French contingent of ACT UP. He is arguably the group’s most charismatic member: passionate, vocal and fearless. He demands more from everyone because his life, along with so many others infected with AIDS, is at stake.

Halloween is upon us again, giving the good people of Philly another opportunity to dress up and stalk the night in search of a spooky good time. No matter what kind of entertainment you are into, you can find a Halloween-themed event in the days leading up to All Hallow’s Eve that will make it worth your time to dig out the makeup and don a costume.

Openly gay filmmaker Todd Haynes continues to reinvent himself with his ambitious new film, “Wonderstruck.” The compelling drama, which opens in area theaters Oct. 27, including at the Ritz Five, is an adaptation of the young-adult novel of the same name by out author Brian Selznick, who also penned the film’s screenplay.

Songwriters and performers Tom Wilson Weinberg and Andrew Crowley are joining forces again to step on cracks, walk under ladders, open umbrellas indoors and have black cats cross their paths when they present “Cabaret Vérité VI: Friday the Thirteenth.” The latest in their series of cabarets celebrates good songs and good humor, with this edition benefiting William Way LGBT Community Center.

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