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Montrose Voice, No. 294, June 13, 1986 - File 019. 1986-06-13. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. September 26, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/1379/show/1368.

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Title Montrose Voice, No. 294, June 13, 1986
Contributor
  • McClurg, Henry
  • Claude, Ken
Publisher Community Publishing Company
Date June 13, 1986
Language English
Subject
  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
  • Gay liberation movement
Place
  • Houston, Texas
Genre
  • newspapers
Type
  • Text
Identifier OCLC: 22329406
Collection
  • University of Houston Libraries Special Collections
  • LGBT Research Collection
  • Montrose Voice
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Note This item was digitized from materials loaned by the Gulf Coast Archive and Museum (GCAM).
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Transcript 18 MONTROSE VOICE/JUNE 13, 1986 Montrose Live Best Original Script (I admit to having missed quite a few): Brian Reich's Fortune's Fools. I love Luna Vista which was done in readings at Chocolate Bayou, but their full production of it doesn't hit the boards till this fall. Tony Falcone's sets have really given Main Street a whole new feel. Franklin Hollenbeck's costumes (AD Players) are beautiful. I still can't get over the Queen's dress from The Ballard of Anne Askew. The best publicity on a shoe string is done by Eddie Copy of Theater Southwest. The best well-funded is a tie between the Alley's Julie Devane and the Smythe/Katzen agency. I still wish Ann and Bill would found a Houston Critics Circle so we can get some city-wide, committee- voted awards going. Until someone does, that's one critic's view ofthe 85-86 season. □ Notes Risky Business has closed. I had many exhilarating evenings there. I will miss it a lot. On May 16, the 37th annual NYC New Dramatists Spring Luncheon honored George Abbot. One of the most recent of his directing projects (part of a 73-year so far career in the theater) was last summer's A.. .My Name is Alice— Educating Rita (Chocolate Bayou) has been extended through June 28.... For the next two weekends, you have your choice of two different one-acts about Elvis's home. Miracle at Graceland is one of three one- acts opening tonight at Theater Southwest. "Graceland" is one of the one-acts jointly called Struttin' and Frettin' (Stages).... Has it occurred to you that Cats will be here on Halloween?... -. Don Giovanni is in the lead! If it can hold its own against Anna Bol- ena (stiff competition!), Mozart will emerge victorious as HGO's box office champion for the second year in a row. Meanwhile, next Friday is HGO's 30th birthday. There will be a food festival, surprise celebrities and music for dancing by the Dishes. Some mighty fine soloists will reprise arias from some of the company's past hits. The entire audience will also make its operatic debut! (Huh?) As they say, "Dress will be festive, not formal. All those unsure of what to wear are encouraged to consult the giant eight-foot armadillo with the size 10 cowboy boots on the Jones Hall Plaza."... Houston Ballet is far and away this week. They're touring Jakarta, Indonesia— Artists! There'll be a portfolio review 5:00 June 16th at the Art Institute of Houston. RSVP 523- 2564x738.... Anna Bolena. Houston Grand Opera Auditions: The Perilous Decline of Cora Sline, 6M6F, Theater Southwest: 6/15 & 16, 7:30; 963- 0393.... Classes: Scenes from Texas Plays (an adult acting workshop): Begins 6/23; HCC; Info—Kate Pogue—530- 7264.... □ Celebrate Friday the 13th! Father's Day! Len- non first meets McCartney (6/5/56). Battle of Bunker Hill (6/17/1775). Statue of Liberty first arrives at Bedloe's Island (6/19/1855). B'days: 13—Paul Lyne, Basil Rathbone, Richard Thomas. 14— Gene Barry, Boy George, Dorothy McGuire. 15—Patricia Nell Warren, Malvian Hoffman, Paul Benedict. 16—Jack Albertson, Stan Laurel. 17—Mauritz Stiller, Carl Van Vechten, James Brown. 18—Roger Ebert, Jeanette MacDonald, Paul McCartney. 19—James I of England, Julia Penelope Stanley, Louis' Jourdan, Confucius. "Sometimes I wish that I his pillow were, So might I steale a kisse, and yet not seene, So might I gaze upon his sleeping eine, Although I did it with a panting feare." —Richard Barnfield (an openly gay sonneteer, born 6/13/1574) □ Calendar Ed Dwight (DuBose-Rein Galleries)—sculptures by the ex- astronaut. Three One-Acts (Theater Southwest, 13)—the winners of TSW's playwriting contest: The Gentle Tiger, I Can't Dance No More and Miracle at Graceland. Yard Limit (Independence Heights Park, 13). ONO! (One Night Only!) Freebies. Frankenthaler: Works On Paper (Museum of Fine Arts, 14)—75 works by the American abstract painter. The Lion. The Witch and The Wardrobe (Chocolate Bayou, 14, 10:30 a.m.). Songs of Texas (Heinen, 14,11:00 a.m.)—Cimarron Wind Quintet and the Singing Boys of Houston in a concert aimed at children. ONO! Skateboarding Exposition and OP fashion show (WaterWorld, 14, 1:30). ONO! Juneteenth Gospel Festival (Miller Outdoor, 15 & 16)—fourth annual. Freebies. Each night different. Memories: A Tribute to Brenda Sers (Stanze Peterson Dance Cne- ter, 15) I.M.P.A.C.T. Repertory Theater Co. ONO! Willie Tyler and Lestor (Laff Stop, 17). Opera Preview (Central Library, 18,12:15)—Ira J. Black hypes Anna Bolena. ONO! Juneteenth Freedom Festival (Miler Outdoor, 18)—National Emancipation Association. Freebies. Emily Levine (Spellbinder's, 18). Anna Bolena (Jones, 19)—HGO presents Dame Joan Sutherland with her husband, conductor Richard Bonynge, in Gaetano Donizetti's Del Canto Masterpiece. Juneteenth Celebration (Fifth Ward Branch Library, 19,2:00 PM). . My Name is Alice," Alley Theatre
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