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About Just out. (Portland, OR) 1983-2013 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 28, 1984)
9 _________ T U E SD A Y
C om m unity Services Com m ittee (CSC)
m eeting at 7:30 p.m. at MCC, NE 24th
and Broadway. CSC is seeking to
develop a central referral and inform a
tion system for the gay and lesbian com
munity. A ll com m unity m em bers are en
couraged to attend.
A m ultim ed ia concert of new works by
Portland com poser Ellio t Rubin w ill be
presented at Berg Swann Auditorium , 1219
SW Park Ave., at 8 p.m. See Just Entertain
ment for d etails.
The d a y's hig hlig hts include:
At 2 :0 0 pm: “Handy Dandy, a comedy
b u t" by Pulitzer Prize w inning playw right
W illia m G ibson. The play, which explores
the issue of c ivil disobedience and
personal responsibility, is being
sim ultaneously prem iered across the na
tion. The Portland production is directed
by G ary O 'Brien and stars Tom Lasw ell
and Ed ie Baker.
From 4 :0 0 pm-11 p.m.: “In Concert
A g a inst N uclear Arm s: Ja zz / Peace."
Tha ra Mem ory and the Creative Ja zz En
sem b le, C alvin W alker, Steve W olf with the
M el Brown Trio, M ichele M ariana and Sue
H a rris w ill a ll be perform ing, with set-
change perform ance poetry by dan
"Im a g e s of the Nuclear A g e " w ill pre
sent the work of several local artists. The
e xh ib it w ill hang in the lobby throughout
the day. A free reception for the artists
b e g in s at noon.
Fo r m ore informaton, please call
242-1984 or 248-9275. Advance tickets
are p riced at $5 for the afternoon, $5 for
the evening and $8 for both.
16 ________ TUESDAY
The Lesbian Forum meets today to d is
W here's the
m oney in Portland's lesbian community?
The Forum meets at the W estminster
C hurch at 7:30. A $2.00 donation is
C ris Williamson, Tret Fure, Barbara
Hibgie, and Teresa Trull w ill perform to
gether in concert at the Lew is and C lark
The perform ance is part of a regional
conference on Women and the Law,
“R e a lizin g W om en's Im pact," and is
sponsored by the W om en's Law Caucus
at Lew is and C lark C ollege.
$13.50 in advance, and w ill be available
at The W om an's Place Bookstore, 2349 SE
Ankeny. C a ll 244-1181, ext. 673 for more
inform ation about the conference or the
To celebrate the first anniversary of the
w ill be
perform ed, an evening of dance, theater,
live, o rig in a l m usic and surprises.
The Do Jump Dance Theater is d ir
ected and choreographed by Robin
Lane with guest choreography by
Laurene Reiner and Tracy Durbin.
Perform ers include Janesa Kruse. Laurene
Reiner, N iya Standish, Tracey Durbin, Zon-
nie Bauer, Josie M osley. Carolyn Holzman
and m any more.
Last ye a r's perform ance sold out, so you
are encouraged to buy your tickets early.
C a ll 231-1232 for more inform ation. Tickets
are a va ila b le at A W om an's Place Book
store and C atbird Seat.
26 __________ FRIDAY
C hanging Woman Chorus presents
an A ll H a llo w 's Eve cerem ony of original
m usic and fem inist readings honoring our
m artyred women ancestors, and inspiring
us to c la im our collective and individual
energy and b rillia nc e , on Friday, October
26, 8:00 p.m. at M etropolitan Comn lunity
C hurch, 1644 N.E. 24th at Broadway. Re
freshm ents and traditional Hallowe'en
celebration w ill follow ceremony. Tickets
are $2.00 at the door.
28 _________ SUNDAY
Perform ers and Artists for Nuclear
Disarm am ent (PAND) and the Disarma
ment M edia Network (DMN) w ill
Ju st Out, September 28-October 26
val of W om en's M usic featuring Loose
W im m in', We Three. Joyful Sound,
Banshee. Jane Howard, Mother Lode,
and Ja zz C ontribution w ill be at Starry
N ight, 8 NW 6th, from 6-11 p.m.
M C 's for the event include Ruth M cFar
land , M argaret Strachan, M argie Hen
d rickso n, Rebecca W ebb, Barbara
Roberts and M argie Boule.
Tic ke ts are slid in g scale, $5-$10. For
c hild c a re and more inform ation call
295-2550. The Stam/ Night C lub is w heel
c ha ir accessible.
The NW Film Study Center and Leo
nard M altin, one of the country's most re
spected film historians and w riters,
present an evening of c la ssic and rarely
seen cartoons from the W arner Brothers
Stud ios at 8 p.m.
PeaceFest: a Theatre /Jazz /Arts
Celebration at the C atlin G abel School.
The Father’s Support Group w ill have
a spea ker who w ill d iscuss self-defense,
what to do. and what not to do.
The group meets the 1st & 3rd W ednes
d ays to d iscuss issues pertinent to gay
fathers and their children. For more infor
m ation c a ll David C allentine, 284-4275.
Jam m ln’ at the Gender Gap, a festi
M ond ale and the Dem ocrats Lesser
E v ils? " is the topic of a p ub lic forum at
7 :30 pm at the PACT Senior Service
Center, 3588 S.E. Division. The Dem ocrats'
“dum p Reagan at any c o st" argument in
lig h t of M ond ale's actual record and
platform w ill be addressed. Jackson's
and Fe rra ro 's efforts to se ll disaffected vot
ers on the Dem ocrats as the party of "fa ir
ness," w ill be assessed and strategies for
b u ild in g a nti-ca p ita list, third-party alter
natives w ill be discussed. Door donation
$2.00 (low incom e $1.00). Refreshments
served at a reception after the program
at 9 :0 0 p.m. Sponsored by Rad ical Wo
men and the Freedom So c ia list Party. For
inform ation c a ll 249-1710. W heelchair
21 ______ SUNDAY
Dem ocrats and ’84 Elections. “Are
Vana O'Brien in S iste r M a ry Ig n a tiu s E x p la in s It A ll to You
photobv Rick Adams
The Father’s Support Group is plan
ning an event to bring dads and the kids
together for a potluck Halloween Party.
Fo r more inform ation ca ll 284-4275.