Just out. (Portland, OR) 1983-2013, January 20, 1984, Page 11, Image 11

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    sw ing sounds of Bob W ills and his Texas
Pla yb oys, Jim m y Rodgers, Tex W illia m s
and others is presented as An Evening of
Western Swing at the NW Film Study
C e n te r at 7 pm.
Last show ing of Peter W atkins' The W ar
Gam e. Portland C able TV presents the
w orld television prem iere of the Academy
A w ard-w inning film . 6:30 pm, Channel
35, a lso Jan. 22 at 10:30 pm, Channel 35.
The NW Film Study C enter presents
The Girl C a n’t Help It. a 1956 '50s rock
film . Features Little Richard, Fats Domino,
and a host of other groups starring Jayne
M a nsfield in an am using com edy in
w hich Mr. Big of the Juke Box Racket at­
tem pts to break his no-talent g irlfriend intc
the m usic business.
At 8 4 5 Monterey Pop, a m usic
docum entary of the 1967 Monterey Pop
Festiva l with Janis Joplin, Jim i Hendrix, The
W ho, and more. C a ll 221-1156 for more
inform ation.
Theatre abounds today, Friday and
Saturday. See Frid a y the 20th for more
inform ation.
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Theresa DeMerest does o rig ina l folksy
b lue s at Ju d y ’s, 15th and NE Broadway,
8 :3 0 pm. 10:00 pm and 11:30 pm. $1.00
The Po rtla n d C ivic The a tre presents
The Royal Family, Kaufman and Ferber's
com edy inspired by the theatrical
dynasty of the Barrym ores. Directed by
Rebecca Adam s with a cast including
Katherine King and Jay Randall Horen-
stein opens tonight and p la ys Thursdays,
Frid a ys and Saturdays at 8 pm. Tickets
$6.50 for adults, $5.50 for students and
seniors. For reservations ca ll 226-3048.
W ives Ta le s in the banquet room at
2 :3 0 pm.
The g a la opening of Echo Thea tre
happens tonight at 8 pm with the Do
Jum p Movement Theater presenting Thè
M iracle on 37th Avenue, a dance thea­
ter perform ance event. This w ill be the
only perform ance ever. Live m usic by
Ba rb a ra Bernstein and Kiera O'Hara. Echo
Theater is located at 1515 SE 37th. Tickets
are a va ila b le at C atbird Seat and
A W om an's Place Bookstore. W heelchair
a ccessib le.
A public d iscussion on The Revolutio­
nary Women of Ireland w ill be held at
8:00 pm Saturday. January 28. at 2831 NE
Union. Dinner w ill be served at 6:30 pm for
a $5.00 donation.
Betty M aloney w ill give an eyewitness
account of the Irish fem inist and national­
ist movements and show how women's
issues are a key to the struggle for national
Sponsored by Radical Women. C all
249-0708 or 249-8067.
G enevieve Productions starts the new
year off right with an exciting concert
event featuring Tere sa Th ill and
Ba rb a ra Hlgbie perform ing together for
one show at 8 pm at The O ld Church, 1422
SW 11th Ave.
Trull and Higbie com bine an electrify­
ing fusion of rock, pop, and ja zz with a
dash of country. The ir new album . Unex­
pected. describes better than words their
outstanding m usicianship and raucous
humor. Tru ll's powerful vocals are com ­
plem ented by H ig b ie 's instrum ental
prow ess, guaranteeing to keep the a ud i­
ence m esm erized.
Tic ke ts are $6.50 in advance and $7.50
at the door. Ticket outlets are A W om an's
Place Bookstore and Rising Sun Records
in Salem .
Billie Holiday is in a film showing at the N W Film S tudy Center.
Ju st O ut January 20-February 3
W in d flre , a rap group for lesbian, gay,
and bisexual youth under 21 meets at O ld
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The tabulous Dyketones, Portland's
prem iere '50s rock-n-roll review w ill return
to D a rc elle XV at 8:30 pm.
H ig hlig hting the m eeting w ill be
sp o tlig ht appearances by "Dyketone-for-
a -n ig h t" raffle w inners Rupert Kinnard,
M aureen C arrsyn and Tina Sandoval
W atch them fu lfill their fantasy as they
perform one of their favorite tunes from the
'50s. D arcelle XV is located at 208 NW 3rd
Ave., and is w heelchair accessible.
A W oman’s Place Bookstore cele
bra tes its 11th A nniversary with a benefit
Sock-Hop with the infam ous '50s rock-n-
ro ll band The Dyketones at the Echo
Theatre, 1515 SE 37th, 8 pm to midnight.
Th is is a real sockhop, shoes w ill be
checked at the door. Tickets are $5 00
and are a va ila b le in advance at A Wo­
m a n's Place Bookstore, 2349 SE Ankeny
Echo Theatre is w heelchair accessible
and childcare is a va ila b le with reserva­
tion only by c a llin g 236-3609 by January
31. Be there or be sq ua re1