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About Just out. (Portland, OR) 1983-2013 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 14, 1984)
WomanSoul on KBOO 90.7 FM from 10
p.m.-1 a.m. Music by women — from
Grace Jones to Meg Christian.
First Lesbian Pot Luck for mothers and
their teens on Sunday, Sept. 16,5-7 p.m.
Call 233-0073 for details.
Blue Sky Gallery will show black and
white photographs by Helen Levitt.
Helen Levitt is recognized as an American
master in photography. Her photographs
describe New York street life with lyrical
intensity. Opening reception 7-10 p.m.
Blue Sky Gallery, 117 NW 5th Ave. is open
free to the public, 12-5, Tuesday through
Sunday. For information call 225-0210.
Ego Trip or I'm Getting My Shit Together
and Dumping It All on You will be per
formed tonight, 8:30 p.m., at 1431 NE
Broadway (formerly "Judy's.") Tickets
$5.00. For reservations, call 222-2646.
Esplanade, a dance performance
choreographed and directed by Josie
Moseley. 8:00 p.m., Sept. 14,15,16. ECHO
THEATRE, 1515 SE 37th Ave. For information,
The Bisexual Exploration Group is
meeting tonight from 7-10 p.m. at Old
Wives Tales, 1300 SE Bumside.
PAND General Membership meeting.
The Portland Chapter of PAND, Performers
and Artists for Nuclear Disarmament, will
hold a meeting at 7 p.m. tonight at the
Koinonia House, 633 SW Montgomery. The
public is invited.
PAND is planning an ambitious pro
gram for the next year, including work in
theatre, video, music and the visual arts.
Those who would like to get involved, or
simply learn more about the organization,
are encouraged to attend.
For more information, call Andy Rob
inson at 248-9275.
Graystone Gallery is celebrating their 1st
Anniversary during September. Artists Lin
Loen, Molly Blanding and Joyce G. Mor-
gareidge show their work through Oct. 7.
Located at 3279 SE Hawthorne Blvd.
The Northwest Premiere of Stephen
Sondheim's musical thriller will be the sec
ond Mainstage production of the S.R.O.
season. Sweeney Todd is a musical adap
tation of a melodramatic folk legend that
tells of a barber who returns to London
after 15 years in prison to take revenge on
the judge who unjustly convicted him. The
book by Hugh Wheeler is based on the
play of the same title by Christopher Bond.
Bill Dobson directs Craig Fields in the title
role and Barbara Irvin as in the industrious
pie-maker, Mrs. Lovett. Thursday-Saturday,
8 p.m., Sunday, 7 p.m Portland Civic
Theatre, 1530 SW Yamhill St. Tickets:
$9.50/Adults; $8.50/Students and Seniors.
Loosely based on a French farce all
about love-starved young men, swooning
young ladies, boisterous fathers, family
honor and mistaken identity, Scapino is
filled with modem day allusions to Kung
Fu, Baskin Robbins, and ganster films all in
the tradition of Moliere and commedia
dell'arte. Glenn Gauer directs a cast of
zanies including Sunny Sorrels, Thom
Cosgriff, Kurt Nadeje, James Cox, Ray Til
lotson, Cherie Price, Bryan Mackey, Karen
aag, Rachel S. Frey, Warren Harshbarger.
Michael Shine and Thomas Newsom.
Written by Frank Dunlop and Jim Dale
Portland Civic Theatre is located at 1530
SW Yamhill St. Thursday-Saturday, 8 p.m.;
Sunday, 7 p.m. through October 6. Tickets:
$7.50/Adults; $6.50/Students and Seniors,
BAUM AND TUFO. DYKES, DRUGS AND
ROCK 'N ROLL, A REVIEW, will be per
formed Friday, 8 30 p.m. at 1431 NE Broad
way (formerly "Judys"). Tickets $5.00. For
information and reservations, call
'’Eastside Clinic,” a play presented by The Open Door Theatre.
Windfire, a rap group for gay, lesbian,
and bisexual youth meets at 2:30 p.m. in
Old Wives Tales banquet room, 1300 E.
Potluck Benefit for a lesbian child
custody case. Music and other entertain
ment. 6-9 p.m. at MCC, NE 24th & Broad
way. $5, $6, $7, $8 sliding scale, $2 off if
you bring a dish to share. Child care pro
vided. Wheelchair accessible.
BAUM & TUFO, 8:30 p.m., 1431 NE
Loose Wimmin with Kate Sullivan and
Comnpany, Starry Night, 8 NW 6th Ave.
Fair NW ’84. Fun, food, music, info,
tours, health fair, arts & crafts, sidewalk
sales. Don't miss the parade at 10:30! Ma
jor activity areas will be at Good Samari
tan (22nd & Marshall), Couch Park (20th
and Glisan), NW Service Center (19th &
Everett), and along retail areas of NW 21st
gnd 23rd Avenues. 10:00 a.m.-9:00 p.m.
A booth is being organized for gay/
lesbian issues, fundraisers, information. In
terested? Call 241-9339.
The Lesbian Forum will bring 1984 poli
tics out front and into the open tonight at
7:30 p.m. at the Westminster Presbyterian
Church, 1624 NE Hancock with the discus
sion of Lesbian politics.
Lesbians will learn how they fit into the
political system and how they can influ
ence political candidates and other
The Forum is signed for the hearing im
paired, is wheelchair accessible, and
provides free childcare. $2.00 donation
The Northwest Women’s History Pro
ject is looking for individuals who knew,
met or have had interesting experiences
involving Eleanor Roosevelt. If you have a
story to tell, please call the Northwest Wo
men's History Project at (503) 249-1957.
The Northwest Women's History Project is
a non-profit educational organiztion
which produced the slide-tape show,
"Good Work, Sister! Women Shipyard
Workers of World War II: An Oral History."
For more information, please call Sandy
Polishuk at (503) 249-1957.
The new contemporary gallery of the
Portland Art Museum presents noted
sculptor Hilda Morris' exhibition Counter
point, black and white. The exhibition, on
view through October 21, will travel to sev-
Just Out September 14-September 28