This Week’s Most-Wanted Events: Tahir Faridi Qawwal, Super Summer Theater

The Fanna-Fi-Allah Sufi Qawwali Party

The Fanna-Fi-Allah Sufi Qawwali Party

THE STRUGGLE IS REAL

Thomas J. Misuraca’s new comedy, The eBook of Love, follows six singles whose search for romance is muddled by modern technology. Ever been there? Stop by a staged reading of the play at Onyx Theatre on September 20. Your feedback could make the rom-com genre a more accurate place. OnyxTheatre.com.

COME TOGETHER

Nova Scotia-born Tahir Faridi Qawwal credits the Beatles for sparking his interest in Eastern music. Now he plays internationally with his seven-piece band, The Fanna-Fi-Allah Sufi Qawwali Party. Catch them bringing devotional Sufi music to Winchester Cultural Center on September 19. ClarkCountyNV.gov.

ULTERIOR VOTIVES

Artist Melissa McGill has had success in the commercial world for 15 years, creating pieces for Sony, AT&T and more. Now she steps out for her first solo show: a mixed media exhibit entitled Lucent, at Brett Wesley Gallery through September 27. See how her waxwork puts Yankee Candle to shame. BrettWesleyGallery.com.

LAST SIP OF SUMMER

September 18-20 is your final opportunity to savor Super Summer Theatre. Pack a picnic blanket and prepare yourself for Arsenic and Old Lace. The dark comedy is about a man torn between his fiancé and the demands of his dysfunctional family. How dysfunctional? His aunts poison old men with homemade wine. SuperSummerTheatre.org.

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