CL's must-do list for the week of
Thurs., oct. 18-Wed., Oct. 24
18Salerno Theatre Company continues its 2007-08 season with Nunsense: The Musical, a comedy about five nuns who stage a talent-show fundraiser so they can afford to bury their dearly departed sisters. 8 p.m., Catherine Hickman Theater, Gulfport.
19Tonight's International Cinema Series selection is This Is England, a U.K. film about a troubled youth who takes up with some neighborhood skinheads. 7 p.m. Miller Auditorium, Eckerd College, St. Petersburg.
20Art hosts this evening's Silver Meteor Gallery Fundraiser, a benefit exhibition held to raise funds for improvements to the alternative venue. Visit five-art.com for more info. 7-11 p.m., Silver Meteor Gallery, Ybor City.
21Watch planes spin and dive in the skies above Albert Whitted Airport during the St. Petersburg Airfest, a bring-your-own-binoculars event. 10 a.m.-4 p.m., St. Petersburg.
22In preparation for an upcoming conference celebrating the link between research mathematics and visual arts, Centre Gallery presents Rhythm of Structure: Beyond the Mathematics, an exhibit of sculpture, mixed media and paintings by several renowned math artists. Through Nov. 4, USF-Tampa.
23Why is Portland, Ore., widely considered to be the nation's greenest city? And what can locals do to get Tampa on the green map? Find out from Portland economist Joe Cortright during "Tampa's Green Dividend," a luncheon presentation. 11:45 a.m., Hyatt Regency, downtown Tampa.
24UT presents its semiannual Student Dance Happening, a traveling dance concert featuring more than 80 student dancers and choreographers. The show begins at the UT Edison Building and concludes at Plant Hall's East Verandah. 8 p.m., University of Tampa.
Oct. 25-Nov. 11, Jane Eyre, Gorilla Theatre, Tampa, gorillatheatre.com.
Oct. 26, 10th Annual Nauti-Night Costume Party, The Florida Aquarium, Tampa, flaquarium.org.
Oct. 31, Dr. Dog, Crowbar, Ybor City, crowbarlive.com.