Newt’s top 10 things to do in Vancouver this week, Nov. 14 to 18

The Eastside Culture Crawl kicks off Thursday

By Steve Newton

MONDAY: screening at the Rio Theatre of Moonage Daydream, director Brett Morgan’s documentary exploring David Bowie’s creative and musical journey.

MONDAY: Organ.ic Chemistry–a Vancouver jazz-funk quartet composed of organist Jason de Couto, saxophonist Tom Keenlyside, guitarist Adam Rohrlick, and drummer Nick Bracewell–performs at Guilt & Co.

TUESDAY TO FRIDAY: performances at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre of the touring production of Jesus Christ Superstar, with music and lyrics by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice.

TUESDAY TO FRIDAY: the Arts Club Theatre Company presents performances of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s The Sound of Music at the Stanley Industrial Alliance Stage.

Tony Wilson plays Guilt & Co.

WEDNESDAY: the Tony Wilson Quintet performs classic jazz covers and acclaimed guitarist Wilson’s originals at Guilt & Co.

WEDNESDAY: the Rogue Folk Club presents Americana singer-songwriter Eilen Jewell at Mel Lehan Hall at St. James, with guest Jeff Plankenhorn.

THURSDAY: Bard on the Beach’s Christopher Gaze hosts performances by the Vancouver Symphony of selections from Tchaikovsky’s The Nutcracker at the Orpheum Theatre.

THURSDAY AND FRIDAY: the four-day Eastside Culture Crawl is a visual arts festival that sees over 500 artists on Vancouver’s Eastside opening their studios to the public.

FRIDAY: MRG Live presents Canadian comedian Jeremy Hotz performing a standup show at the Vogue Theatre as part of his Marquis de Sad Tour.

The VSO plays to The Wizard of Oz

FRIDAY: the Vancouver Symphony performs live to a screening of The Wizard of Oz at the Orpheum Theatre.

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