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Houston Breakthrough, September 1980 - Page 28. September 1980. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. September 2, 2015. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/6082/show/6079.

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(September 1980). Houston Breakthrough, September 1980 - Page 28. Houston and Texas Feminist and Lesbian Newsletters. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. Retrieved from http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/feminist/item/6082/show/6079

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Title Houston Breakthrough, September 1980
Publisher Breakthrough Publishing Co.
Date September 1980
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  • Periodicals
  • Feminism--United States--Periodicals
  • Newsletters
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  • Houston, Texas
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  • periodicals
Language English
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Digital Collection Houston and Texas Feminist and Lesbian Newsletters
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Transcript WE DRIVE, INC. HIRE A DRIVER FOR YOUR CAR in-town, out-of-town to the airport 785-8402 HJNDAWISE, PRES. FILMS THEATERS & Don't miss out on WOMEN'S DAY Saturday, October 4th 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Come participate in an all day workshop and explore these seven important areas of your life: career health sexuality credit legal rights money and image. All workshops will be presented by experts in their respective fields. For more information call 721-2230 September 17: All Quiet on the Western Front (Milestone, 1930), Rice Media Center, 7:30. September 18: Zero for Conduct; A Pro- posdeNice (Vigo, 1933, 1930), Rice Media Center, 7:30 pm. September 19: Dawn of the Dead (Romero, 1979), Rice Media Center, 7:30 and 10:30; Man About Town (Clair, 1947), Museum of Fine Arts, 8:00. September 20: Dawn of the Dead (Romero, 1979), Rice Media Center, 7:30 and 10:30; Francis, God's Jester (Rossellini, 1950), Museum of Fine Arts, 8:00. September 21: Sullivan's Travels (Stur- ges, 1941), Rice Media Center, 7:30. September 24: The Great Blondino (Nelson, 1967) and David Holzman's Diary (McBride, 1967), Rice Media Center, 7:30. September 25: The Battle of Algiers (Pontecorvo, 1966), Rice Media Center, 7:30. September 26: Pickpocket (Bresson, 1959), Rice Media Center, 7:30 & 10. No Regrets for Our Youth (Kurosawa, 1946), Museum of Fine Arts, 8:00. September 27: Mighty Joe Young (Schoedsack, 1949), Rice Media Center, 1:30 pm. Waterloo (Bondarchuk, 1971), Rice Media Center, 7:30 and 10. Europa '51 (Rossellini, 1952), Museum of Fine Arts, 8 pm. September 28: Love Me Tonight (Mam- oulian, 1932), Rice Media Center, 7:30. October 1: An Evening with Willie Varela, Rice Media Center, 7:30. October 2: Jour de Fete (Tati, 1948) Rice Media Center, 7:30. October 3: Hi Mom (DePalma, 1970) Rice Media Center, 7:30 and 10:00. The Pawnbroker (Lumet, 1965), Museum of Fine Arts, 8:00. October 4: India (Rossellini, 1958), Museum of Fine Arts, 8:00 pm. October 8: Ballad of a Soldier (Chukrai, 1960), Rice Media Center, 7:30. October 9: The Music Room (Ray, 1959), Rice Media Center, 7:30. October 10: Sunday, Bloody Sunday (Schlesinger, 1971, Rice Media Center, 7:30 and 10 pm. Special Section (Costa-Gavras, 1975) Museum of Fine Arts, 8:00. October 11: Sitting Pretty (Lang, 1948), 1:30 pm; Young Frankenstein (Brooks, 1975), Rice Media Center, 7:30 and 10. The Rise to Power of Louie XIV (Rossellini, 1966), Museum of Fine Arts, 8. October 12: Lifeboat (Hitchcock, 1944) and Strangers on a Train (Hitchcock, 1951), Rice Media Center, 7:30. October 15: Shoeshine (DeSica, 1976), Rice Media Center, 7:30. The Houston Public Library will present a series of 10 films on the family, shown free at the Central Library(Saturdays at 2:30 pm beginning Sept. t3) and the ing Sept. 14). Films in the series called Featuring Families include: Life with Father, Breaking Away, Popi, The Little Foxes, East of Eden, A Raisin in the Sun, Claudine, Castle of Purity, I Never Sang for My Father, and Little Murders. Black Ensemble, 1010 Tuam (520-0055). Once in a Wifetime by Celeste Colson. From Oct. 16-Nov. 9. Thurs.-Sat.,8:30 pm and Sun. 5pm Tickets: $5. Chocolate Bayou, 1823 Lamar (759-9840) A Moon for the Misbegotten by Eugene O'Neill. Running Sept. 19-Oct. 1 LThurs. 7:30 pm; Fri.-Sat., 8:30 pm; and Sun., 7 pm; Tickets: $4.50-$5.50. Channing Players, First Unitarian Church, Southmrire at Main (622-3152). Dangerous Corner by J. B. Priestly. Opens Oct. 10 and runs Fri.-Sat. until Oct. 25, 8:30 pm. Tickets: $3.75 and $2.00 for students and senior citizens. The Comedy Workshop, 2105 San Felipe (524-7333). Chrysler Died for Your Sins. Original comedy written and performed by the resident professional company. Opens September 17. Tues.-Thurs., 8:30 pm and Fri.-Sat., 8:30 pm and 11 pm. Tickets: $4.00. Next door at the Comix Annex (529-7996) is Comedy Tonight, an open stage for stand-up comics and specialty acts. Cover charge weekends, $3 and weekdays, $1 with show time 9 pm. Weekend late shows at 11:30 pm. Equinox Theatre, 3617 Washington (868-5829). Angel City by Sam Shepard. Previews begin Sept. 18 with opening run starting Sept. 25. At 8:30 pm. Tickets: $5 on Thursdays, $6 on weekends. Main Street Theatre, Autrey House, 6265 Main (524-6706). Four one-act plays by Israel Horowitz. From Oct. 2-Nov. 1. Thurs.-Sat., 8 pm. Tickets: $5.00 and $3.00 for students and senior citizens. Nina Vance Alley Theatre, 615 Texas (228-9341). To Grandmother's House We Go by Joanna M. Glass. Previews begin Oct. 10, opening Oct. 16 through Nov. 16. Tues.-Wed., 8 pm; Thurs.-Fri., 8:30 pm; Sat., 5 pm and 9 pm; and Sun., 7:30 pm. Tickets: $4.25-$10.25. Ripley House, 4401 Lovejoy, (923-2661). Los Gesticuladores (The Gesture) by Rodolfo Usigli. In Spanish. Through Sept. 28. Fri.-Sat., 8 pm and Sun., 7 pm. Tickets: $2.50. Stages, 709 Franklin (225-9539) Say Goodnight, Grade. Houston premier of recent off-Broadway comedy. Opens Sept. 20 through Oct. 11. To play Thurs.- Fri., 8:30 pm; Sat., 5 pm and 9 pm; and Sun., 7:30 pm. ART GALLERIES Blaffer Gallery, UH central campus (749- 1320). American Fiber Art: A New Definition (currently on view until Oct. 26). The invitational exhibit features 45 works by 14 American artists. A photo documentary section will examine fiber works by Marcel Duchamp, Claes Oldenburg, Eva Hesse, Robert Rauschenberg, and Miriam Shapiro. In conjuction with the exhibit, the Contemporary Handweavers of Houston, Inc. will host a national fiber symposium at the Museum of Fine Arts, on Oct. 3 and 4. The symposium, a tribute to Anni Albers, is the first in the U.S.A. to focus exclusively on American fiber aesthetics. Contemporary Arts Museum, 5216 Montrose (526-3129). Upper Gallery: Nancy Graves: A Survey 1969-1980 (Sept. 20- Oct. 26) and Lower Gallery: Earl Staley, Mythologies (Oct. 3-Nov. 10). Hours: Tues.-Sat., 10 am - 5 pm; Sun., noon-6 pm. Cronin Gallery, 2008 Peden (526-2548). Douglass Sandhage: Recent Work (Sept. 1- Sept. 27); and Fifth Anniversary Exhibition (Oct. 6-Nov. 15). Hours: Tues.- Sat., 10 am - 5 pm. DuBose Gallery, 2950 Kirby (526-4916). Robert Weimerskirch: Abstracts, Oil (Sept. 18-Oct. 3); and A Drawing Show of Contemporary American Artists (Oct. 9 - t.b.a.) Hours: Mon.-Fri. 9 am - 5: 30 pm and Sat., 11 am - 4:30 pm. Janie C. Lee Gallery, 2304 Bissonnet (523-7306). Recent Paintings and Drawings by Dennis Ashbaugh (Sept. 5-mid- Oct.); Models for Large Scale Projects by Jim Love (Sept. 5-mid Oct.). Hours: Tues.-Sat., 10 am - 6 pm). Kauffman Galleries, 2702 W. Alabama (528-4229). Contemporary Japanese Printmakers (Sept. 5-Oct. 7); and Harold Altman's New Lithographs (Oct. 10-Nov. 10). Hours: Mon.-Sat. 9 am - 6 pm. David Mancini Gallery, 1200 Bissonnet (522-2949). Photographs by Atget (Sept. 13-Oct. 23). Hours: Tues.-Sat. 10 am - 5:30 pm. Moody Gallery, 2015-J W. Gray (526- 9911). A Group Exhibition of Gallery Artists (through Sept. 25); and Lucas Johnson, Recent Paintings and Drawings (Sept. 27-Oct. 18). Hours: Tues.-Sat. 10 am - 5:30 pm. Museum of Fine Arts, 1001 Bissonnet (526-1361). Cliche-Verre: Hand-Drawn, Light Printed, A Survey from 1839 to the present (Sept. 10-Oct. 26); and in the Masterson Junior Gallery: Points of View - The Stereograph in America: A Cultural History (Sept. 23-Nov. 16). Rice Museum, Rice University campus, Stockton Street entrance. Jim Love: Up to Now (Sept. 5-Nov. 16). Hours: Tues.-Sat., 10 am — 5pm; Sun., noon - 6 om. Texas, 2012 Peden (524-1593). Paintings by James Rosenquist (Sept. 27-Oct. 31). Hours: Tues.-Sat., 11 am - 5 pm. Watson/de Nagy Co., 1106 Berthea (526- 9883). Sandria Hu: Monotypes and Collages and Bob Cole: Paintings and Works daniel boone cycle 5318 CRAWFORD HOUSTON, TEXAS 77004 (713) 526-7011 HOUSTON BREAKTHROUGH