Just out. (Portland, OR) 1983-2013, March 02, 1984, Page 9, Image 9

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    The W allflow er Order Dance C ollec­
tive is performing together with Grupo
Rdiz, a popular Chilean Music Ensemble
tonight at the Eastside Performance
Center (formerly Washington High) at 8
Fresh from their fall tour of the East
Coast and Midwest, Wallflower Order
and Grupo Raiz combine their talents in
a final encore performance of Vamos A
A ndar — Le t’s Get Going.
Tickets are $5.50 advance, $6.50 at
the door. Half price for children and
seniors. Tickets are available at A Wo­
man's Place Bookstore, Artichoke
Music, Music Millenium, Looking Glass
Bookstore, and Catbird Seat Bookstore.
The NW Film Study C enter presents
Heart Like a Wheel, the true-life story of
Shirley Muldowney and her rise from
housewife to one of the great champions
in the male-dominated world of hot-rod
drag racing. Admission is $7.00, as a
benefit for NWFSC and 7th Portland
International Film Festival, includes a
reception after the film. Showtime: 8 p.m.
The NW Film Study C e nter presents A
Room in Town, a French tragi-comedy
about the love affair between a young
man and a married woman. Showtime:
9:15 p.m.
YW C A sponsors a celebration of
In te rn a tio n a l W om en’s Day with
entertainment, booths, speakers and
Artichoke, a play by Joanna Glass,
shows at 8 p.m. at Bonneville Power Au­
ditorium, 1002 NE Broadway. Tickets
are available through all Ticketlink loca­
tions. Admission is $7, $5 for seniors and
students. Call 227-4080.
W indfire, rap group for lesbian, gay
and bisexual youth, meets at 2:30 p.m. in
the banquet/meeting room of Old
W ives' Tales, 1300 E. Burnside.
11 _______ SUNDAY
Eric Tingstad, solo guitarist and
singers /songwriters Brown and
McIntosh will perform at the Old
Church. Tickets in advance at all
B.A.S.S. outlets. Artichoke Music and
Music Millenium.
Performing original acoustic music,
the performance promises to be one of
the finest this year.
Photo by Joyce Dallât
Bensusan has recently been gaining de­
served attention in America. He records
with the Massachusetts-based Rounder-
Records, who consider him a major
proponent of their critically acclaimed
"new acoustic music."
Tickets are available at Artichoke
Music, Music Millenium, all B.A.S.S. out­
lets (including Meier 8c Frank and Every­
body's Records), and at the door. $6.00
in advonce, $7.00 at the door.
Sisters of Survival, Jerri Allyn, Cheri Gaulke, Sue Mayberry
Lovesong, a Springtim e Serenade,
w ill be performed by the Portland Gay
Men's Chorus at 2:00 p.m., March 11 at
the Hult Center for the Performing Arts
Soreng Theater in Eugene.
The program, which will also show
March 17 in Portland, features nostalgic
show tunes and hit singles from the big
band era to the present. Special guests,
dancers and instrumental accompani­
ment w ill assist the chorus.
As part of the 7th Portland Interna­
tional Film Festival, the NW Film Study
C e n te r presents Little Wars This
Lebanese film is a thriller set against the
conflicts between Christians and
Moslems in Beirut, and delves into the
effects of the civil war on the people of
Lebanon. Showtime: 8 p.m.
The NW R im Study C enter presents The
Fiance. This East German film, based on
a true story, tells of a woman who spent
10 years in a Nazi prison for her left-wing
beliefs and chronicles her will to survive
(and maintain her love for her fiance)
through the rigors of prison life,
Showtime: 8 p.m.
Stream ers, based on the broadway hit.
about three boys thrown together in an
army barracks awaiting their assign­
ment to Vietnam. Showtime, 8 p.m.
16 _________FRIDAY
Theresa Demarest performs at 8:30
p.m. at Ju d y ’s. 15th and NE Broadway.
$1 cover charge.
The NW Film Stud y C enter presents
C ity Lovers/Country Lovers, based on
two short stories by noted South African
writer Nadine Gordimer, both stories de­
tail love affairs which suffer under the
spectre of apartheid. Showtime: 2 p.m.
W indfire, support group for lesbian,
gay and bisexual youth, meets at 2 30
p.m. in Old Wives' Tales' banquet
meeting room, 1300 E. Burnside.
M etropolitan Community Church
presents the M.C.C. Coffeehouse at
Judy's, Broadway and NE 15th, at 8 and
10 p.m. Admission to either show is $3.
Child care w ill be available at M.C.C..
N.E. 24th and Broadway.
Pink Party at Echo Theatre. Everyone
come in pink.
Dale Long as Gibson starring in Artichoke, a Sumus Theatre Production.
The NW Rim Study C enter presents
Just Out, March 2-March 16