Textile artist Penny Sisto is well known around here for her pictorial quilts. “My quilts spring full-born into my mind,” she said. “My task, if you will, is to allow my clumsy hands to make them manifest.” Her latest show continues this tradition. But what’s new is its tie-in to the musical “A Man of No Importance” at TheatreWorks of Southern Indiana. The play is about a community’s negative reaction to a production of Oscar Wilde’s “Salome” (it runs from Sept. 26 to Oct. 7). Love who you love is the theme of the play, too.
THROUGH OCT. 19St. Paul’s Episcopal Church