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Montrose Voice, No. 323, December 30, 1986 - File 018. 1986-12-30. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. October 21, 2020. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/3979/show/3975.

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Title Montrose Voice, No. 323, December 30, 1986
Contributor
  • McClurg, Henry
  • Wyche, Linda
Publisher Community Publishing Company
Date December 30, 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 DECEMBER 30. 1986/MONTROSE VOICE 17 Live A Few Notes as the Curtain Closes on 1986 Review By Bill O'Rourke Montrose Voice There aren't many openings during Christmas week. Too many people are out of town. Not only are audiences hard to find, but it's also difficult finding a cast. Performers are people, too. Most Christmas shows end their runs just before Christmas. Those that don't are the large, established theaters that can afford to pay their employees livable wages-like TUTS, the ballet or the Alley. I don't have anything hrand new for this week as I. too, am out of town. So this is just a friendly note to let you know that everything will work out Cor us. Houston, the city we love, will survive. Sure, it looks tough. We're having can drives to feed starving fellow citizens. We all have responsible friends who we know really want to find work but can't seem to land a job. But when I look at the only thing I really know—my profession. I see that we're a lot better off than we were last year. Really. Chocolate Bayou's found a new home. No more wandering around for them. The Ensemble has their home running smoothly. (Thanks in large part to collections at various churches.) Radio Music Theater has a new home all its own, too. Right in the neighborhood. Houston House didn't even exist before. Now it does. So does Panda Monium Players, though not in as large a way. That's the group I'm working with. This publication has grown to the 'You don't vaccum gravy" Even holidays are given a satirical edge in Christopher Durang's comedy "The Marriage of Bette and Boo" presented on the Alley Theatre's Arena Stage through Jan. 18. I-eft to right (foreground) Marilyn Mclntyre as Bette and Adam LeFevre as Boo and Leigh Selting as Matt. point I don't have the time needed to perform at any other theater. The Alley was refurbished. So was Miller Outdoor. Main Street Theater has a larger lobby — including bathrooms for the audience. Remember when you had to walk backstage or, sometimes, across the alley to a bar? Sister Mary Ignatius is proving that open ended runs can work in this city. Flush '86 and Bring in the New Year with Us! NEVER A COVER! Appearing, Friday, January 2 Teresa Mauney 10pm until You've had Enough!! 2923 Main 522-0000 When she was crowded out of her own home. Comedy Workshop gave her a place to stay. The symphony has been breaking ticket sales records. Pm sure they're not alone. Being a theatrical traditionalist, I save my list of "bests" for around June, the end ofthe season. 1 just wanted to let you know. We're gonna make it after all. Thank you for reading my column. Keep those cards and letters coming. □ Notes One theater party New Year's Eve is at the Actors Workshop. The audience for the opening night of PS. Your Cat is Drat/ is encouraged to come in costume, then stick around after the show for unlimited champagne and dancing. No costumes please, at the Houston Pops. Buffet, but probably no champagne, at A.I). Players. If your resolution is to finally write that play, you still have time for two major, local contests. Chocolate Bayou is accepting scripts until Feh. 28. Ifit'sa comedy, you have one day longer, until March 1. to get it to Theater Southwest. □ Celebrate! Happy New Year! B'days: 31—Joe Dallesandro. John Denver, Donna Summer. 1—E.M. Fors- ter, Joe Orton, Frank Langella. 2— Isaac Asimov, Roger Miller, Renata Tebaldi. 3—Victor Borge, Mel Gibson, Zasu Pitts. 4—Dyann Cannon, Everett McKinley Dirksen, Jane Wyman. 5— Seymour Kleinberg, Alvin Ailey, Diane Keaton. "Frodo was alive but taken by the enemy." (One of the most often misquoted lines in literature, leading the ringing cries of "Frodo lives!")—J.R.R. Tolkein (born Jan. 3). □ Openings P.S. Your Cat is Dead (Actors Workshop, 31)—Out of work actor captures a hunky burglar. Vienna Swings! (Jones, 31)—Newton Wayland leads the Houston Pops in Viennese waltzes and big band sounds. Dancing and free champagne in the lobby afterwards. ONO! Interart Performances and Installations (lawndale, 3)—Winners of Lawn- dale's competition for art works combining several disciplines. Guil- lermo Pulido: Elizabeth Ward and Beth Secore; and Rosalind Live-ly Bergerahd Sara Epple. This night the art will be part live. For the rest ofthe run, it's all taped. Jose Feghalli. pianist (Jones, 3)— Shimada conducts the HSO in works by Liszt and Tchaikovsky. Fanfare by Druckman. Free Pizza Delivery: 2 Mile Radius, $7 mln. order on pizza 11-2pm lunch. 5-Hpm dinner. 1pm-12am weekends Winter Special - Large Pepperoni Pizza - Four Garden Salads - Pitcher of Soft Drinks $9.99 4100 Mandell 526-9780 Open Daily nam-llpm Fn & Sat llam-lam Seating Capacity 100 In Monttose, Neatly Everyone Reads the Voice Dignified Service for Less Direct Burial or Cremation CREITlATlOri SERD1CE mTERtlATlOUAL® Operated by James H Murphy Funeral Homes $395 m 692-5555 363-9999 Dignified Service for Less priced from
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