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About Cougar print. (Oregon City, Oregon) 1976-1977 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 11, 1976)
Shakespearean duo hold workshop
dnesday, Nov. 17, Rex Rabold and
Kremer, two actors from the Oregon
jspearean Festival Association will be
mpus to give four presentations.
ie first presentation, "Words, Words,
s", will be presented at 10 a.m. in the
lughlin theatre. It will attempt to make
anguage of Shakespeare more under-
able and center on the power of poetry
Dve an audience.
l 11 a.m. they will present 'It's All In
the Family' in the McLoughlin theatre. This
will consist of scenes from the plays 'The
merchant of Venice', 'Angel Street', 'A
Taste of Honey' and 'Measure For Measure'.
The purpose will be to explore the relation
ships between brother-sister, father-son, hus
band-wife and friend-friend, from the view
point of playwrites and twentieth century
At 12 p.m. there will be a fifty minute
production of 'See What They Say About
Shakespeare'. This will be held in the Com
munity Center Mall and is purely for enter
At 3 p.m. in the McLoughlin theatre the
two OSFA members will present 'If the
Moccasin Fits, Wear It!' Since drama teaches
a person to understand another person's
point of view, this session is recommended
for any class group. It will deal with stu
dents in the craft of imagining and then
becoming someone else.
Pete Karnes Blooz Band. Depot Tavern,
)21|S.E. Powell. Also Friday and Satur-
"The World of Star Trek." Memorial
Coliseum. 8 p.m. $4.50, $5.50 and $6.50.
Amazing Rhythm Aces with Don Burn-
am. Euphoria, 3*15 S.E. 3rd. Also Friday
2291 S.E. Hawthorne. Also Friday and
Wheatfield. The Last Hurrah/ 555 S.W.
Ider. Also Friday and Saturday.
Good Night Lovin' Band. Portland Tav-
rn, 2845 S.E. Stark. Also Friday and
Appaloosa. Vintage Press, S.E. 92nd and
Voodstock. Also Friday and Saturday.
The Exiles. Willie's Tavern, 8625 S.E.
yicLoughlin. Also Friday and Saturday.
Carl Smith and the Natural Gas Co.
¡ancluary, N.E. 181st and Glisan. Also
:riday and Saturday.
Rainbow. Wreck of the Hesperus, 1200
M. E. 102nd. Also Friday and Saturday.
Jim Pepper's Pow Wow. Riddle's 1217
>.W. Stark. Also Friday and Saturday.
Lovin' From the Oven. Turquoise Room
^upstairs), 9047 S.W. Barbur Blvd. After
tours til 5 a.m. on Friday and Saturday.
Wrinkle. Up the Down Staircase, 424
S.W. 4th. Also Friday and Saturday.
Upepo. Earth Tavern, 632 N.W. 21st.
Also Friday and Saturday.
Paul DeLay Blues Band. Silver Moon,
N. W. 21st and Glisan. Also Friday and
"The Subject Was Roses." Portland Civic
Theatre Blue Room, 1530 S.W. Yamhill.
$3 adults, $2 students and senior citizens.
8:30 p.m. Also Friday and Saturday. Reser
vations at 226-3048.
'The Man Who Came To Dinner." Port
land Civic Theatre Mainstage, 1530 S.W.
Yamhill. $3 adults, $2 students and senior
citizens. 8:30 p.m. Also Friday and Satur-
day. Reservations at 226-3048.
"Lloyd George Knew My Father." Fire
house Theatre, 1436 S.W. Montgomery St.
$3. Reservations at 248-4737. Also Satur
"A Midsummer Night's Dream." Reed
College Theatre. 8 p.m. $2.50 general and
$1.50 students. Reservations at 771-4105.
"Toys in the Attic." Slabtown Theatre.
8:30 p.m. Reservations at 228-1969. Also
"Looney Tunas." YWCA Wilson Cen
ter, 1111 S.W. 10th. $2.50 general, $2 stu
dents. Reservations at 233-6281, ext. 36.
"Pilk's Madhouse." Storefront Theatre,
933 N. Russell. $2.75. Reservations at 284-
6385. Also Saturday.
"Merton of the Movies." CCC McLough
lin Theatre. 8:30 p.m. $3 general, $2.50
students, $1 children
Saturday. Reservations at 656-2638.
"You're a Good Man Charlie Brown."
Mt. Hood Community College Studio Thea
tre. 8 p.m. $2.50 general, $1.50 students/
senior citizens, 75c children under 12.
Reservations at 667-7421 or 667-7156.
Nemo. Jade Lounge, 895 Molalla Ave.,
Oregon City. Also Saturday. No cover.
Jack White Pocket Billiards Tournament.
All day. CCC Community Center game
room. Exhibition 10 a.m. to noon.
Rock and Gem Show. CCC Community
Center Mall. 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. Free. Sat
urday and Sunday.
Portland Saturday Market. In the shel
ter of the Burnside Bridge at S.W. 1st Ave.
David Liebman and Richard Beirach.
Jazz De Opus, 33 N.W. 2nd. Sunday; 5
p.m. - $4.50. 9 p.m. - $5.50.
"Ballad of Cable Hogue." Monday Flick.
CCC Fireside Lounge. 11 a.m. Free.
Sunrose. Claudia's. S.E. 30th and Haw
Tentative Agreement. Darwin's Theory
Tavern, 4822 S.E. Division. Also Saturday.
Super Nova - jazz quartet. Mountain
Moving Cafe, 532 S.E. 39th. $1.25. All ages
Koffee Perkins and Doug Westberg. Flight
181, 1116 S.W.Washington.
Hank Credit ar>d the Petty Cash. Sak's
Front Ave., S.W. I ront and Yamhill. Also
"Rainbow Bridge." ASG sponsored mo
vie. CC-117, 11 a.m. 119 McLoughlin, 7
Willy Nelson. Memorial Coliseum. 8 p i.
$5, $6, and $7.
Juan Man Band. PC&S, 1038 S.W. Morri
Dave Gardner. Sop with Camel, 1128
S.W. Jefferson. Also Saturday.
*$>olar Votive" -- oil and acrylic paint
ings! by Leonard Klikunas. CCC Library.
7:45 a.m. to 9 p.m. through November.
Burnside Bombers. Fool's Paradise, 125
N.W. 6th. Also Saturday.
Alan Myers pottery exhibit. CCC Com
munity Center. Through Nov. 15.
Don Kinch and the Conductors Band.
Old Town Strutter's Hall, 120 N.W. Third.
'The Liberated Canvas." Features wo
men artists of Clackamas County. Clack
amas County Courthouse. Daily through
Country Clap Gonzo Band. Sea Lander
Restaurant, 16 N.W. Broadway. Also Satur
Black Sabbath. Memorial Coliseum. 8
p.m. $6 in advance.
Beggar's Opera. Bogart's Joint, 406 N.W.
Red and Dixie Butcher with Mainstreet.
Whitehorse Lounge, Main St., Molalla. Also
Saturday and Sunday.
Scott Brown, guitarist and singer. Coffee
House. CCC Fireside Lounge. 11:30 to 1:30
Ashland Shakespearean Actors Work
shop. Classroom presentations at 10 a.m.
11 a.m. and 3 p.m. Assembly at noon in
CCC Community Center Mall.
Psychological Differences Between the
Sexes. Marlene Tufts, speaker. Focus on
Women. 7 to 10 p.m. CCC Community
Center, room 117. $1.