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sion group (not religious) providing a
comfortable, casual setting where old
friends can be seen and new ones
made. Everyone is welcome. No mem
bership roster or dues. Social period
and program weekly on Tuesday
nights. Unless otherwise indicated,
meetings are always at 8 p.m. at Park
Road Baptist Church, 3900 Park Road
two blocks north of Park Road Shop
An information and referral service as
well as a crisis line. Staffed most
nights 7 to 11 p.m.
Lambda Political Caucus
Activist group initiating political and
educational change, usually through
behind-the-scenes work with political
parties and candidates and through
distributing political information.
Meetings open to gay men and lesbi
ans and their friends are held 8 p.m.,
second Monday of each month, at the
Cardinal Woods South apartments
clubhouse. From I-77 (exit 4), go east
on National Ford Road a half mile.
Annual dues: $10 individuals; $15
couples. P.O. Box 221841, Charlotte
28222, or phone the Switchboard.
Charlotte congregation of the Univer
sal Fellowship of Metropolitan Com
munity Churches worships at 7 p.m.
each Sunday. Unitarian Church, cor
ner of Sharon Amity and Hardwicke
one block north of Cotswold Shop
ping Center. For other services and
meetings, call 535-0541 or write the
MCC office at 1927 N. Sharon Amity,
Queen City Quordinators raises funds
for gay/lesbian groups and initiates
projects for the community at large.
Meetings: first and third Thursdays, 8
p.m., the SANE Center, 2125 Com
monwealth Ave. (the Labor Building);
open to gay men and lesbians and
their friends. For vigorous continued
grovrth, QCQ needs volunteers and
their ideas. For more information,
write P.O. Box 221841, Charlotte
28222. QCQ: A United Concern for
the Gay/Lesbian Community.
QCQ-aflillated groups are listed here and send
representatives to assist in QCQ planning. QCQ
In no way controls activities of member groups
except in agreeing to grant funds to affiliated
gay/lesbian organizations requesting financial
assistance. Non-affiliate groups of particular In
terest to gay men and lesbians in Charlotte in
clude Charlotte AIDS Relief Fund, Gay Men Over
Forty and the Charlotte chapter of NOW.
A Monthly Newsletter Published By QCQ
Vol. 2, No. 1.
To Be Staged Jan. 17-22
For ticket reservations or more
information about "Last Summer at
Biuefish Cove,” cail 704/372-7121
between 10 a.m. and 8 p.m. or write
QCQ, P.O. Box 221841, Charlotte
Charlotte gets its second
straightforwardly gay/lesbian play in
The beloved work by the late Jane
Chambers, “Last Summer at Biuefish
Cove,” will be presented at the UNCC
Rowe Arts Studio Theatre Tuesday, Jan.
17, through Sunday, Jan. 22.
Performances are nightly at 8 a.m.
except Jan. 22 when a 3 p.m. matinee
will be presented.
"Biuefish” is the second play by
Progressive Players Productions
produced under the auspices of Queen
City Quordinators. Tickets are $3 for
The Lambda Political Caucus
announced a membership drive at its
Active in the 1983 elections, the
caucus will need additional members to
support its plan for 1984. The
membership campaign, to be held
throughout the winter and spring, will
welcome all, but will put special
emphasis on gaining new members from
wimmin and professionals.
The caucus, a group dedicated to
gay/lesbian equivalency through
peaceful means, hopes to generate
revenue and sufficient members to
support 1984’s activities which include
gay voter registration, meeting and
working with candidates, and working to
promote education among nongays.
The caucus meets the second
Monday of each month at 8 p.m. at
Cardinal Woods South clubhouse on
Nations Ford Road. Those interested in
joining should attend a meeting or write
P.O. Box 221841, Charlotte 28222.
The advertising and story deadline for
February’s Q-Notes is Friday, Jan. 20.
The issue will be distributed on Saturday,
Jan. 27. To submit advertising or stories,
call Don King at 332-8893 after 6:30 p.m.
students with a valid ID and $4 for
QCQ and Progressive Players
combined to produce the acclaimed and
highly successful “P.S., Your Cat Is
Dead” last August, with almost every
performance sold out.
The setting for "Biuefish” is a quiet
New England coastal resort. The
occasion is another summer vacation by
eight good lesbian friends, one of whom
is dying. With warmth and good humor,
poignancy and sadness, the other seven
learn to deal with the pending death of
their loved companion.
Charlotte playwrite Margaret Kelso
“It’s a very good play that explores
the lesbian world, both its strengths and
problems,” Kelso said. “The thing I like
most about it is the fact it’s about a
group of women who love each other in
many different ways.”
Playing the parts of the eight main
chairacters will be Syndy Brown, Diane
Hood, Marsha Kirk, Catherine Smith,
Gina Stewart, Cary Svich, Joan Tillotson
and Joni Washam. Beverly Bertram
serves as stage manager. Set design is
by Bob Croghan. Jeff Campbell serves
as producer on behalf of QCQ.
Jane Chambers died last February at
the age of 45 after battling a brain tumor
for nearly IVz years. Her play, “A Late
Snow,” in 1974 was the first “out”
lesbian play that affirmed the lesbian
lifestyle as a positive experience. She
was a writer on the staff of “Search for
Tomorrow,” the daytime television soap,
at the time and received a Writer’s Guild
award for the best soap script of the
“Biuefish” was written in 1976.