Have you guys heard about Sandy? It’s, like, this hurricane? You know? The one that’s going to kill us all? Anyway. So there are things happening this week in Philly that DON’T have to do with Sandy. Here are a few of them:
Shake Shack Gets Spooky
Who: Shake Shack
When and where: Through Wednesday; Shake Shack (20th and Sansom)
Why: Why? WHY!? Because you can get autumnal Halloweenies (with pumpkin mustard and seasonal spices) a Shake O’Lantern (pumpkin spice milkshake) for cheap!
Who: Tabard Society
When and where: Wednesday, 10:30 p.m.; Whisper (17th and Walnut)
Why: Because I have a taco costume and you have a pizza costume and everyone says that we’d look super cute together, don’t you agree?
Penn Glee Club and Penn Dance: Armageddon Ready
Who: Penn Glee Club and Penn Dance
When and where: Thursday-Saturday, 8 p.m.; Iron Gate Theater (37th and Chestnut)
Why: Oh, sheesh, Armageddon themes are ALL the rage right now! What better way to celebrate our imminent demise than by singing and dancing? Tickets are $8 with a PennCard.
Annie Get Your Nun
Who: Without a Net
When and where: Friday, 9 p.m. and Saturday, 10 p.m.; Class of ’49 Auditorium (Houston Hall 2nd Floor)
Why: I mean, COME ON! Do you need a reason to go see improv ingénues Without a Net? No. No, you do not.
Furby Leads the Vote
Who: Off the Beat
When and where: Friday and Saturday, 8 p.m.; Harrison Auditorium (Penn Museum)
Why: A cappella shimmy-shakers Off the Beat are having their fall show this weekend, and they wanna djinn-djo-djinn-beep-boop all up in your face. BE THERE.