Arts

The chameleon-like Malachi Lily excels across a variety of artistic mediums. The Philadelphia-based nonbinary creator is equally at home as a poet, an illustrator and a curator, whose work interrogates the intersections of race, gender, sexuality and aesthetic expectations. Their curatorial work will be on display at Da Vinci Art Alliance in South Philadelphia, which presents “Temple of Sirius” from Oct. 6-27.

 

"Ragtime,” the landmark musical by Lynn Ahrens, Stephen Flaherty and Terrence McNally, frankly addresses issues of racism, xenophobia, women’s rights and the immigrant experience.

Directed by Jacqueline Audry — and adapted from Dorothy Bussy’s semi-autobiographical novel by Audry’s husband, Pierre Laroche, and her sister Colette Audry — “Olivia,” set mainly at a boarding school for young girls, brims with lesbian desire.

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