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and drink out of the communal bottle with
his street friends, like Captain Jim, who
managed at one point to capture the heart
of a rich widow—but it was temporary.
Milo didn't sleep on the street, however.
No. He had a two -bedroom station wagon
abandoned in the alley behind the bar that
he shared with another wino, who gol
colder than usual one night and never
made il up in the morning again.
One guy who shouldn't have gotten up
in the morning one day was poor David
who bought half interest in the bar jusi a
little while before it burned down without
a stitch of insurance.
On and on. The memories cling like the
smell o! smoke that stayed around months
alter Prufrock's had closed forever.
So now this Keith person has written a
play that has the audacity to use Prufrock's as a setting for a man with memo
ries who is going through changes.
1 hope it's good.
I have the feeling I'll see a lot of people I
used to know on opening night.
■ Duncan's quick notes
('loggers Nearing Goal: The Montrose Country ('loggers are determined to
raise enough money to take their talents to
Reno for the Gay Rodeo, and it looks like
they might be getting dose.
They have been raising money mainly
through performances at various clubs,
but this weekend they with be having a
garage sale at 1905 Waugh Drive. Stomp
on over and have a look.
Theatrical Opportunity for Montrose Musicians: Chocolate Bayou
Theater is looking tor an electric bass
player and a drummer to play taxGirlfrom
Golden Gate that opens on June 20.
You must be available for several weeks
on Sunday, Monday and Tuesday nights.
f lo get 'em.
Spirited Fundraiser Next Week On
the 15th (Tuesday), Kindred Spirits will
host a (lay Pride Week fundraiser that will
feature a wide variety of entertainment.
There will be live music provided by
Kawslyn Ruffin (Ms, Gay Pride 1982),
Lyra and the Montrose Symphonic Hand
headed by Parade Marshal Andy Mills,
Houslon Oft Broadway will present its
improvisational show, joined by the music
of John Day and Company.
And to top it all off. there willbe be a
"gala revue" with Vickie Eddie, Kika and
special guest Ron Sioux (Miss ' -ay Rodeo
Stunning Performance by Peter
Allen: If you have not decided to go see
Peter Allen, talk to someone who has. You
just might find yourself calling lor tickets
Peter Allen is not just a performer. He is
an event. Picture him in a white polyester
and rhinstone outfit that looks like a
society surgical suit worn by a maniacal
jogger who belts songs and tells viciously
Mix that up with a tender sense of
humanity and a mad variety of high kicks.
Add the fact that his charisma and energy
filled every crack in the Tower Theater on
opening night, as the audience not only
called for one encore after another, hut
were constantly driven to jump to their
teet in appreciation of an incredible talent.
Even if you know nothing about the
man's award-winning songwriting abilities, just the show is enough lo turn you
into a fan.
His last performance is this Sundav
This Week In Montrose
(Friday Jurtell through Thursday. Junel7)
Lois Yvonne 9pm Friday and Saturday; and Stephanie Parker & Doug Mowery 9pm Tuesday,
Wednesday and Thursday at Rascals, 2702 Kirby,
Mickey Rankin 8.30pm Friday: Tom Williams 8 30pm
Saturday, Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. Greg
Davis 5.15pm Saturday and 8 30pm Sunday. Kenton
Parton 5:15pm Sunday, and Virgil Dixon 5 15pm
weekdays at Keyboard, 3012 Milam, 528-6988.
Richard Askln and Dana Rogers 10pm nightly
(except Monday and Tuesday) at the Copa (piano
bar). 2631 Richmond. 528-2259
Ruth Hastings 9pm nightly (except Sunday and Monday); Llonshare 9pm Sunday and Monday at Baja's.
402 Lovett. 527-9866
Lee LaForge 8:30pm nightly (except Sunday) with
Vlkke Ford Friday and Alexandra Haas Wednesday at
Arno's. 4002 Montrose. 528-2993.
Teresa Mauney 9pm nightly (except Sunday and
Monday) and Austin Mann noon Sunday at Bacchus,
523 Lovett, 523-3396.
Keoki Kona 5pm Friday and Saturday. 3pm Sunday
and 5pm Wednesday and Thursday at the Hole. 109
■ COUNTRY A COUNTRY/ROCK
Bob Williams and the Trail Riders 9pm Friday. Saturday and Thursday at Happy Trails, 715 Fairview. 521-
2792, and 9pm Wednesday at E/J's, 1213 Westheimer,
Ab A the Rebel Outlaws 9:30pm Friday and Saturday
and 8:30pm Thursday at the Exile, 1011 Bell, 659-
0453; and 8:30pm Sunday at Brazos River Bottom,
2400 Brazos, 528-9192.
Flying Blind Band nightly (except Monday and Tuesday) at Miss Charlotte's. 911 Drew. 528-8840.
Mustang Band 9 30pm Friday. Saturday. Wednesday
and Thursday at Brazos River Bottom. 2400 Brazos.
528-9192. and with the Montrose Cloggers 9pm
Tuedsday al Numbers 2. 300 Westheimer. 526-6551
"L" 9pm Friday and Iriah Folk 9pm Wednesday at the
Parlour. 2402 Mandell. 529-8069
Susan Christian 5pm Friday Lyra/Kat Graham a
Linda Aum Rhyme 5pm Monday, Wednesday and
Thursday, and Rawslyn Ruttin 5pm Tuesday at
Kindred Spirits. 5245 Buffalo Speedway. 665-9756.
■ SHOW GROUPS
Dixie Kings 4pm Saturday and 2pm Sunday at Happy
Trails, 715 Fairview, 521-2792.
Dynasty 9pm Friday and Saturday and 6pm Sunday
at Just Marion & Lynns, 817 Fairview, 528-9110.
Mala Hari 9pm Friday and Saturday at Lampost. 2417
Times Blvd 528-8921.
John Day & Co. 8pm Sunday at E/J's. 1213 Richmond, 527-9071
Robert Ceballos Group 9pm Sunday and with Jimmy
Ford 9pm Friday. Saturday. Wednesday and Thursday at Las Bnsas, 614 W Gray. 528-9959.
Paul English 4pm daily (except weekends) at Arno's.
4002 Montrose, 528-2993
Kirk Whalum nightly (except Sunday) at Cody's. 3400
Rumors 930pm ntghtly (except Sunday and Monday); and Mickey Mosley Band 9.30pm Sunday and
Monday at Birdwatchers, 907 Westheimer, 527-0595.
■ ROCK & ROLL
Automatic 3pm Sunday at Grant Street Station. 911
■ NU WAVE
The Jitters and The Burning Hearts 10:30pm Friday
and Saturday at Omni, 1540 Westheimer. 528-4230
Two Tons o' Fun Friday evening and Tiffany Jones
Donna Day Naomi Sims & Hot Chocolate Sunday
evening at the Copa. 2631 Richmond, 528-2259.
Little Bobby Jerry Harper Tracey and guest Sunday
evening at Exile, 1011 Bell, 659-0453
"Playgirl Follies' with Laura Lee Love Lana Kane.
Eydie Mae and guest 10:30pm Saturday at Pink Elephant. 1218 Leeland. 659-0040.
522-7616 2303 Richmond Open 2pm-2am