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Houston Voice, No. 754, April 7, 1995 - File 022. 1995-04-07. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. October 19, 2019. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/4999/show/4987.

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Title Houston Voice, No. 754, April 7, 1995
Contributor
  • Darbonne, Sheri Cohen
Publisher Window Media
Date April 7, 1995
Language English
Subject
  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
  • Gay liberation movement
Place
  • Houston, Texas
Genre
  • newspapers
Type
  • Text
Identifier OCLC: 31485329
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 PERFORMING! ARTS NOTES By John Reed •ne from the Fourth Nat 7 April 11-16 ■nal Touring company of CATS, Arts Happenings In April Currently thru April 29 McMurtrey Gallery hangs a new show of works by IBSEN ESPADA. The new show is titled '"Silent Motions." McMurtrey Gallery is located at 3508 Lake Street in Houston and you may call (713) 523-8238 for mure Information. April 6 The RICE MEDIA CENTER presents two new documentary films that deal wilh iIk fascinating and controversial topic of transsexuality. THE LAST DAYS OF CHARLES/KATHRYN will slum al 7.30 pm followed by SPLIT: PORTRAIT OF A DRAG QUEEN ai 8:30 p.m. Admission is $4.50. Tlu* Rice Media Center is located on (he Rice Univer- -i[*, Campus, lust inside Entrance #x ,<t Inn ur sity Blvd and Stockton St. Foi nay call (he 527-4853. nfo In patron: i Line April Soc e Pel forming Arts presents the incredible beais of THE DRUMMER OF BURUNDI in (he Cullen Theater of the Wortham Center. This marks the group's Houston premiere of their unique blend of African rhythms, brighi costumes and movements of gymnastic precision. Tickets are available for $18. $22 and $26 at the Houston Ticket Center in Jones Hall and Wortham Center as well as all TicketMaster location. To charge by phone call 227- ARTS. Per more information call (713) 227-1111. April 7, 8, & 9 Back by popular demand are THE KINGSTON TRIO, ihe world-renowned vocal ensemble that changed American popular music forever playing smash hiis Tom Dooley, Greenback Dollar, Where Have All The Flowers Gone, Blo- win' in the Wind and many more. Conduc- tor-In-Rcsidence Stephen Stein will lead the orchestra. April 8 Ihru June 25 At the CONTEMPORARY ARTS MUSEUM. "Ari Guys: Think Twice 1983—1995." The exhibition is a survey of the 13 year collaborative effort of Michael Galbreth and Jack Massing, a team belter known as the Art Guys. Their work includes performance, sculpture, actions, installation, photog- nd video. CAM is aphy, 'ing tied at 5216 Montrose Blvd. For informaiion call (713) 526-0773. Also .urrently on display at CAM thru April George Condo: Recent Paintings. This exhibition explores 10 works created by George Condo and is his firs, exhibition in Houston. April 11 (hru 16 CATS, Andrew Lloyd Webbers musical megahit. make its tnumphani ".„ ,p«l.l of .1.. 1994-1995 Nanon, Bank Houston Broadway Scrlei This ,ho» no. holds ih« •"•>"> *■>' -"-'"S ,he touring years. longest, continuously cal in theatrical hist Tickets are available at all Ticket- Master locations. To charge by phone call 629-3700. Tickets are priced from $32 to $38. Performance times vary. Please call for further Info. April 13 The Atrium Society, a non-profit organizalion crealed lo help fund student scholarships for the University of Houston College of Architecture, will host the first "Show and Tell" Opening Reception from 5:30 lo 6:30 p.m. in the Atrium of the College of Architecture, UH Campus. The project lilled "Vision 2000" will depict Houston in the year 2000 Open to the public Friday April 14 thru 21 at the college Tickets io the reception arc $25.00. For nddr- tional info call (713) 743-2353 April 21 thru Mm 5 The Houston Grand Opera presents DER ROSENKAVALIER in (he Wortham Center's Brown Theater. Houstonian R] Ml FLEMING is a pan of ihe impressive casl for ihis production. Tickets are $10 to $125 and are available by phone at 227-ARTS April 22 Houston Museum of Natural Science offers activities and classes to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of EARTH DAY on Saturday April 22. For more information call (713) 639-4600. April 21. 22 & 23 April 28. 29 & 30 The BUFFALO BAYOU ARTPARK will open it's annual outdoor art exhibit titled SCULPTURE HOUSTON 1995. Co-sponsored by the Houston Internationa! Festival the exhibit will continue through December with sponsorship from the Houston Downtown Management Corporation. Sculpture will be placed in Tranquility Park by artists: Mario L. Cuellar, John H. Edgerion. Meredith M. Jack. John Pabor, Jim Robertson & students, Charlie Sartwele and Troy R Woods. (The Buffalo Bayou Artpark is an art- 'si-run organization whose purpose is to exhibit artwork in city and private parks.) APril 28. 29 & 30 Enjoy an evening of Dixie|and JazZ- as the EXXON POPS presents New Orleans favorite son, PETE FOUNTAIN playing such tunes as Basin Street Blues, When the Sain.s Go Marchin' In and others. (The Houston Symphony wj|| „0, appear on this special presentation concert.) April 28 Houston Grand Opera presents ATT II A as the season finale for the 1994 1995 season opening Friday April 28 in the Wortham Center's Brown Theater HOUSTON VOICE / APRIL 7. 1995 21 FEM 2 FEM FRIDAY, APRIL 7™ 7PM-HAPPY HOUR APPEARANCE at IR'S 9PM-AUTOGRAPH PARTY and PHOTO SHOOT at HEAVEN benefiting The Lesbian Health Initiative and I The 800Pacific Employee I Emergency Fund SATURDAY, APRIL 8" FEM 2 FEM Are Scandalous! Performing live the show banned in London including "Where Did Love Go?," "Switch "and More... MIDNIGHT SHOW at HEAVEN You have to see it to believe it! Eighteen and Up Welcome 75C WELL DRINKS.. .9pm until 11pm I 810 PACIFIC ▼ HOUSTON ▼ 713.521.91231 ^r^_^^^^^^^L^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^f^^^^^ I UPPER DECK \% A Guesthouse . Monday - Ihursday $49.50.iii per night for 2 Friday - Saturday - Sunday 2 nights - 2 people S125-..* Newly remodeled 15-room paradise in the heart of beautiful South Padre Island — only 500 feet from the Gulf of Mexico. All rooms have A/C, cable TV, private bath, and continental breakfast is served daily. Heated swimming pool and Jacuzzi. Available airports, Brownsville - Continental, Harlingen - Southwest, American 120 E. Atol Street P.O. Box 2309 I South Padre Island, Texas 78597 (210) 761-5953 FAX (210) 761-4288 We accept Visa/MasterCard WRITE OR CALL FOR BROCHURE Tickets and information , by calling 227-ARTS. Apri ' obtained 29. KOLBE PROJECT A house of spirituality and ministry for the gay & lesbian community. POTLUCK HOSPITALITY Thurs. April 6th, 7:00 pm Kolbe House Offices MICHAEL GAITZ J.D., ATTY "Legal Issues for the Gay Community" Park on Hyde Park cul-de-sac, bring food for potluck 1509 Fairview Street • (Montrose) • Houston, Tx 77006 Mailing Address: P.O. Box 66669 • Houston, Tx 77266-6669 (713) 522-8182
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