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About Just out. (Portland, OR) 1983-2013 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 1, 1985)
Lind a Aden. Northwest songwriter, per
form s at Artichoke M usic, Saturday. Feb
ruary 9th, at 8 p.m. C a ll 248-0356 for more
G ay theatre arrives at the Em b e rs'
Avenue, Thursdays, when Jerry W est's pro
duction of Doric W ilso n's comedy
Forever After opens for an eight week
run. Subtitled "A Vivisection of Gay M ale
Love” Forever After was first produced at
the G ay Arts Festival in New York in 1981
Subsequent productions in Boston and
M innea p olis proved there's an abun
dance of humor to be found in our life
sty le 's lovestyle.
The Funtastic Shows production of
Forever After b ring s together six of Port
la n d 's m ost accom plished gay theatre
artists. The director, Jerry West most
recently produced and directed Kevin
B e rr/'s Eastside Clinic at JR 's Show Bar.
The cast of Forever After is a stella r one
inc lud ing Tom Enyait, Brown M cDonald,
Bem ie Sanford and Terry Swenson.
Forever After w ill be at The Em bers/
Avenue and w ill play on Thursday and
Frid a y nights at 8 p.m. Tickets are on sale
for $4.00 at the door.
Betsy Rose performs at PSU in the
Lincoln Hall room 75, at 3 p.m. Sunday.
February 10th. Tickets are $4 in advance,
$5.00 at the door.
Ferron, a Canadian folksinger w ill be
perform ing at Starry Night, Saturday,
February 23rd at 9p.m. Tickets are $8 00 in
advance. $9 00 at the door
The Bisexua lity Exploration Group
meets the second and fourth Monday of
each month, at O ld W ives Tales at 8 p.m.
in the Banquet Room.
The Lesbian Forum meets the third
Tuesday of each month to discuss issues o
im portance to lesbians. The Forum meets
at the W estm inster Presbyterian Church at
7 30 p.m A $2.00 donation is requested
C hildcare is provided.
G.M.T. (Gay Men Together), an open
and inform al discussion group for gay
men, meets regularly every Wednesday
evening at 7:00 p.m. in Room 229, Smith
Center, on the Portland State University
cam pus (S.W. Broadway at Montgomery
Street). The wide range of topics has
included: com ing out, dealing with pa
rents and fam ily, form ing and m aintaining
gay relationships, being gay on the job,
health, gays and politics, gays and re li
gion, our self-im age, gays and marriage,
alternative lifestyles, etc. G.M.T. has a
m inim um of organization: anyone is free
to drop in and out of the group as they
wish. Th is is a great place to meet other
gay men in a friendly atmosphere and
share ideas and feelings on common
concerns and problems.
B. J. C a ttle m a n performs ja zz, blues
and a little b it of country at the Otherside
of M idnight, 8-11 p.m.
U n d a n ile ry helps A W om an's Place
Bookstore celebrate 12 years in business
with a concert Friday, February 8th, at the
NW Service Center, at 8 p.m. Tickets are
$6.50 in advance, $7.50 at the door.
The Gay Bridge Club meets
Ja nis Joplin in Woodstock showing at the
Northwest Film Study Center, Saturday,
February 23 at 8 p.m.
every W ednesday at the First Congrega
tional Church on SW M adison and Park at
7 :30 p.m. Use sid e entrance on Madison.
C a ll 244-3225 for more information.
The Gay Fa thers Sup p o rt group
meets the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each
month. C all 284-4275 for more information.
Fa t Wom en’s Swim ming, every Thurs
day 7 4 5 to 8:45 p.m. C all Am ple
Opportunity, a health organization for fat
women. Two d o lla rs per session. All fat
women are welcome.
Blue Sky G allery invites you to their
1985 theme show Love and Romance,
through St. Valentine's Day. The Blue Sky
G allery is located at 117 NW 5th Ave.
Gene Michieli. a Portland sculptor, w ill
present his recent w orks which com bine
different m aterials that are traditional to
the sculptor's palette. Julia Stoll, an Ariel,
W ashington resident and graduate of the
Pacific Northwest C ollege of Art w ill ex
hib it her water colors, o il paintings and
G allery hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily
PSU 's W om en's Union offer free noon
tim e film s at Cram er Ha ll 247. February 5,
6, The Emerging Woman (40 minutes).
February 12.13. The Workplace Hustle
(30m inutes). February 19,20. Courage to
Succeed, (28 minutes). February 26,27.
The W illm ar 8, (55 minutes). March 5 ,6 ,
World Light: Portrait o f May Sarton, (30
Don't m iss the N orthw est Film Study
C e nter’s 3rd Annual Music and the
Movies series running January through
February. Film s w ill include rock 'n' roll,
ja zz, blues, country and Motown with a
line -up of m usical greats sure to satisfy.
Count Basie, Elvis Presley, Janis Joplin. Sp i
nal Tap Music and the Movies w ill dish
up everything from sophisticated sw ing to
h ip -sha kin' soul. C a ll the Film Center for a
com plete schedule of film s. 221-1156.
The Portla nd Lesbian and Gay
Com m unity Be *d rehearses 7-9 p.m. at
A lam eda School, 27th and Fremont. C all
2 8 7-3260 evenings for more information,
or if you'd like to join.
W in d flre , an under 21 rap group meets
every Saturday at O ld W ives Ta lesi 2 p.m..
1300 E. Burnside. Under 21 lesbians, gay
men and bisexuals are encouraged to
PSU ’s Women’s Union sponsors
"Lunch Tim e Get Together for Lesbians”
noon-2 p.m., Thursdays & Frid ays in Smith
Consenting Adults on ABC, February 4
at 9 p.m.
JERRY WEST S production of DORIC WILSON'S
rïcwm Jk ¡¡ten
New in 1985 at OLD WIVES’ TALES
Every Tuesday & Wednesday
B U F F E T LUNCH $ 3 .9 5 / DINNER $ 4 .9 5
a vivisection of gaymale love without intermission
January 3-February 15
Thursdays and Fridays at 8 p.m.
Embers Avenue, N. W. Couch and Broadway
• Mexican, Italian & Oriental Entrees
• Our Famous Hungarian Mushroom Soup
• Salad Bar • Daily Special Soups
Everything made-from-scratch including fresh baked onion herb &
whole grain rolls (O ur regular menu is always available)
1 3 0 0 EAST BURNSIDE
2 3 8 -0 4 7 0
------------------------- Tickets $ 4.00 • Must be 21
Just Out. February. 1985