The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, November 07, 1986, Image 15

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The Aggie Players’ production of “A Funny Thing
Happened on the Way to the Forum” premiers
Wednesday at 8 p.m. in Rudder Theater, It’s a
musical comedy set in ancient Rome and revolves
around the actions of a dealer in courtesans, a Ro
man nobleman and two young lovers. Call the
Rudder Box Office at 845-1234 for ticket informa
k ’A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the
Forum,” is one of the best bets in entertainment
for next week. But for this weekend, we have
some bad news.
A funny thing did not happen to one of the
clubs featured in Best Bets.
Due to a fire that damaged MC2 last weekend,
that dub is moving back to its original spot at
Eastgate Live’s location on Walton Drive. Conse
quently, Eastgate Live won’t exist for a while and
won’t have bands until the Harvey Road location
of MC2 is repaired.
Le Cabaret
Le Cabaret is in the Westgate Shopping Center on
Wellborn Road. 21 and older admitted. Call 846-
1427 for more info.
Next Wednesday - Lippman Music Co. dam Ses
sion — local musicians. No cover.
This club is about one-half mile north of campus
on College Main. Those 21 and older are ad
mitted. Beer, wine and setups. For more informa
tion, call 846-1812.
Friday - Dr. Rockit. Rock, Cover $5.
Saturday - Poetry in Motion. Cover $3.
Next Thursday - 4 Hams on Rye. Rock. Cover $4.
Sumet Grill
Sunset Grill is between Charlie’s Grocery and the
Cow Hop at Northgate. Under 21 admitted.
Serves beer, wine and setups for legal drinkers.
For more information on cover charges, call 846-
Saturday - Sneaky Pete & the Neon Madmen.
Next Tuesday - The Hollow Men. New wave. No
Next Wednesday - Sneaky Pete. Solo guitarist.
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Next Thursday - Locker 19. Classic rock.
Battalion Classified 845-2611
Reach for the stars
in Southwood Valley
Four nights a year the
Bryan/College Station
community is granted the
opportunity to reach for
(and beyond) the stars.
Tonight is one of those
The Association of Am
ateur Astronomers (AAA)
is sponsoring Community
Star Night tonight, com
plete with an assortment
of telescopes and guides
to the galaxies.
The group will set up 6-
8- and 10-inch telescopes
at the Southwood Athletic
Complex in Southwood
Valley for the star-gazing
convenience of the local
Members of the club
will be on hand to point
out various heavenly
points of interest, and the
city will get in on the act
too, turning out the lights
in the surrounding area to
maximize would-be astro
nomers’ viewing plea
Community Star Night
is open to the public and
will take place from dark
until midnight. There is no
charge for viewing, but
donations are accepted by
the club for maintenance
of telescopes and other
Laurie Hazen, vice
president of the AAA, says
that turnout for the quar
terly event has ranged
from around 30 visitors
on a cloudy summer night
to well over 2,000 when
Halley’s Comet was in
There are no guar
antees on tonight’s
weather (after all, this is
College Station), but
Hazen says Star Night will
be rescheduled a week
from today if viewing is
not possible.
by Karen Kroesche
“An Evening of Sophisticated Jazz”
Kirk Whalum
Thursday, November 13,1986
8:00 P.M.
Rudder Auditorium - Texas A&M University
Tickets: $8 nonstudent $5 student available at Rudder Box Office
presented by MSC Black Awareness
for more information - Call 845-1234