Asbury Park Press from Asbury Park, New Jersey on November 28, 1987 · Page 51
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Asbury Park, New Jersey
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Saturday, November 28, 1987
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' Asbury Park PressSaturday, November" 28; 1 987 ' D7 1 WEEKEND EVEM . Shakespeare Festival: 'Translations," by Brian Frlel, 2 and 8 p.m. today, 7 p.m. tomorrow; $13.75, $16.75, $19.75 Friday through Sunday, $6.50 15 minutes before performance, student rush; Route 24, Madison. George Street Playhouse "Nunsense," George Street Players production, 3:30 and 8:30 p.m. today; 2:30 and 7:30 p.m. tomorrow; $14.50, $19.50 and $24.50; $8 Ouik Tlx purchased day of show until one half hour before performance, $5 student rush five minutes prior to show; 9 Livingston Ave., New Brunswick. Kobe Japanese Restaurant "The Odd Couple," a Simy Theatre Company production, 8 p.m. show only today; 5 p.m. dinner, 6:30 p.m. show tomorrow; $22.50 dinner and show, $13.50tow only; Route 9, Howell Township. Meadowland Arena "Walt Disney's World On tee," 11 a.m., 3 and 7:30 p.m. today; 7:30 p.m. tomorrow; $8, $10.50, and $12.50 general admission, $6, $8.50 and $10.50 children under 12 early performance today; Turnpike Exit 16W, Rutherford. Paper Mill Playhouse "My One and Only," a Paper Mill Playhouse production, 3 and 8 p.m. today and tomorrow; $20, $22, $24, $26, $28 and $30; Brookside Drive, Mlllburn Township. 8jf Kyle's Dinner Theater "Not Now, Darling" a Harbour Productions presentation, 7 p.m. dinner, 8:30 p.m. show today, 3 p.m. dinner, 4:30 p.m. show tomorrow; $27.50 dinner and show; Hamilton Avenue, Seaside Heights. ATLANTIC CITY Atlantis Casino Hotel Atlantis Cabaret: "SuperStars & Stripes 87," 8 and 11 p m. today, $5; Delia Reese, 2 and 4 p.m. tomorrow; $5; Shangri-La Lounge: Chris Sooy, today. Fast Forward, today and tomorrow; 2500 Boardwalk. Bally'i Grand Hotel Casino Opera House: Paul Anka, 8 and 11 p.m. today, 7 p.m. tomorrow; $35; Elaine's Lounge: Ann Hampton Callaway, today and tomorrow; Boston and Pacific avenues. Batty Park Place Casino Hotel Park Cabaret: "An Evening at La Cage," 7:30, 9:30 and 1 1:30 p.m. today, 7 and 9 p.m tomorrow; $17 today, $14 tomorrow (one-drink minimum); Billy's Pub: FuH House, Kathy Wilson, Valerie Marlnl, Geri Mlngori & Co., Pam Mitchell; Upstairs in the Park Lounge: Elegance with Sal Dupree, today and tomorrow; Park Place and Boardwalk. Caesars Hotel a Casino Circus Maxrmus Theater Rudolf Nureyev, 9 p.m. today; $50; "A.M. A Blast From the Past," 7:30 p.m. tomorrow, $10; Forum Lounge: Johnny D'Angeto, today and tomorrow, Arkansas Avenue and Boardwalk. Claridge Hotel a Casino Palace Theatre: "My One and Only," a Maynard Sloate production, starring Georgia Engel, 8 and 1 1 p.m. today, 6 and 9 p.m. tomorrow, $19.50 dinner and show, $12.50 show only Indiana Avenue and Boardwalk. Harrah's Marina Broadway-by-the-Bay Theater: "Sugar Babies," starring Carol Lawrence and Rip Taylor, 8 and 1 1:30 p.m. today, $15; Atrium Lounge: Phillips Bros., Linda Lee Hopkins; The Bay Cabaret: Robert Attias, ChMJtes, today and tomorrow. The Steak house: Bud Noble, today and tomorrow; Andreottl's Restorante: The Teardrops, daily Brigantine Boulevard. Raeorti International Casino a Hotel Superstar Theatre: Rodney Dangerfleld, Bob ' Nelson, 11 p.m. today 8 p.m. tomorrow; $20, $35 and $40; Carousel Cabaret: "Dazzle," 8 and 10 p.m. today, 7 and 9 p.m. tomorrow, $10; Rendezvous Lounge: Sam Butera and The Wildest, Totally Hot, Bandstand, Rumors, Marshall Arts; Cametot: pianist Bob Sims, today and tomorrow; Capriccio Itallano: guitarist Ben O'Caslo, today and tomorrow; Le Palais: pianist Louis Maymon, today; Casino Royale Lounge: Al Monde, today, North Carolina Avenue and Boardwalk. Sand Hotel a Casino Copa Room: Eddie Murphy, 11 p.m. tomorrow, $40; Indiana Avenue and Brighton Park. Showboat Hotel a Casino Mardi Gras Show Lounge: "Bodacious," 8 and 10:30 p.m. today and tomorrow; $10; Pirates Cove: Bob Andre, Rita Singer, today and tomorrow (one-drink minimum); 801 Boardwalk. Tropicana Hotel A Casino Tropteana Showroom: Bowzer's Original Doo Wop Party, 8 and 11:30 p.m. today, 6 p.m. tomorrow; $9.95; Sizzles: Stoopy, Debra Lee & Yurij, Sizzle; Comedy Stop at the Trop: Klaus Myers, Steve O, Don McArthur, today and tomorrow; $9.50; Iowa Avenue and Boardwalk. Trump's Castle Hotel a Casino Kings . Court Showroom: Gregory Hlnes, 8 and 1 1 p.m. today 8 p.m. tomorrow; $25; "City Lites," stage and ice show, 8 and 10:30 p.m. today and tomorrow; $12.50 (one-drink minimum); Viva Lounge: Straight From The Heart, Special Effect, Barbara Graham, Kate Toomey, today and tomorrow; one drink minimum; Casino Lounge: Freda Payne, Mark & Clark, Evy Scheff, Jacqueline Jones, Milton Sealey, today and Musicians to lend a hand Although Jersey Shore musicians lend heloine hands in the form of benefit concerts and special shows throughout the year, it is during the Christmas season that their generosity and community concern shine brightest. This weekend there are two important benefit concerts that will bring together some of the Shore's best rock 'n' roll talent. Both concerts are for worthwhile causes. Both deserve your support. Music Scene Robert santeui The first show takes place tonight at Bar Anticipation in South Belmar. Sponsored by SPY Productions and the Asbury Park Rock 'n' Roll Museum, the concert will feature Lance Larson and the Heat, and Backstreets. All money raised will go to defer medical bills incurred by 4- year-old Ronald Potts of Neptune, who is afflicted with leukemia. Other bands participating in the benefit are the Cherubs, Joey and the Works, The Source and Jumpin' Junior and Hurricane Herk. Tickets are $5 in advance and $8 at the door. A free buffet is included with admission as well as participation in a special celebrity auction. Billy Smith and Steve Bumball of the Asbury Park Rock V Roll Museum have collected a number of nostalgic rock items donated by Shore musicians and fans. All will be auctioned to the highest bidders. Tomorrow, at Hollywood in Seaside Heights, SPY Productions and the environmental group, Save Our Shores, will present the first annual Benefit Concert and Rock V Roll Fashion Show to raise concern over dirty ocean water and to raise money to clean it up. This 12-hour music marathon begins at 3 p.m. and ends at 3 a.m. It will feature tomorrow; one drink minimum; Huron Avenue and Brigantine Boulevard. Trump Plaza Hotel a Casino Plaza Theater: The Temptations, Brad Garrett, 8 and 11:30 p.m. today, 7 p.m. tomorrow; $27.50; Boardwalk at Mississippi Avenue. NIGHTLIFE POPULAR Bar Anticipation dancing Benefit featuring Backstreets, The Cherubs, Joey & The Works, Lance Larson & The Heat, Jumpin' Junior & Hurricane Herk, The Source, today, The Cherubs (matinee) tomorrow; 703 16th Ave., South Belmar. Birch HiH Cats On A Smoooth Surface, today, Teen Night, tomorrow; Route 9, Old Bridge Township. Buckwald's Mike Louis Band, today; Route 70, Lakewood. Captain's Inn Jamie Day, today and tomorrow; Lacey Road, Forked River, Lacey Township. Club Xanadu DJ Kieran, today Second Avenue and Kingsley Street, Asbury Park. Crab's Claw restaurant Harry & Joel, today; 601 Grand Central Ave., Lavallette. ' - Edgar' restaurant, dancing Blind 4:; ' . ) v ;rVvL I) "--:.w-i'J New Jersey's Uncle Floyd will be on such bands as Bystander, TLC, Aviator, Tamela, Jan Love, Outerbridge Crossing, members of Phantom's Opera and other special guests. A number of radio and TV personalities, including Vince Scelsa from New York rock radio station K-Roc (92.3-FM) and Uncle Floyd from cable TV's "Uncle Floyd Show," will also be on hand. The $12 admission ($10 in advance) will include a free buffet, door prizes and a fashion show, courtesy of The Wild Syde, Brick Township; Windjammer Surf Shop and Park Avenue South, Toms River, and Flirtation Vintage Clothing, New Brunswick and Montclair. If all this isn't enough to satisfy your entertainment appetite this weekend, there are a few more recommended shows worth considering. Meat Loaf makes his second Shore appearance in less than three months tonight Lemon Pie, today Harry & Joel, (soft rock) tomorrow; 153 Sea Girt Ave., Manasquan. Good Side Cafe restaurant, dancing Stage Fright, today 10 E Ocean Ave., Sea Bright. The HaadNner The Watch, today, Route 35, Neptune. Main Street Saloon Last Exit, today 390 E. Main St., Manasquan. Mrs. Jay's Garden restaurant, dancing Rum Runners (matinee), Big Danny & The Boppers, today Jim Faulkner (matinee) Ronnie Gioria, tomorrow; 909 Ocean Ave., Asbury Park. Odyssey Dana Manchester, tomorrow; 427 Cook man Ave., Asbury Park. Olson' Outer Bridge Crossing, today Mango Brothers, tomorrow, 1744 Route 37, Toms River. Playpen Hollywood, today, Waterfront, tomorrow; Route 35, Sayreville. Polo Club restaurant, dancing DJ Jan, today Daybreak, tomorrow, Route 35, Neptune. Tsunami Surf Club restaurant, dancing DJ Tony M, today 160 Ocean Ave. Long Branch. Village Restaurant dancing Mildred & Joe, today and tomorrow; Route 530, Manchester Township. ' - hand tomorrow for a benefit concert at Club Bene in Sayreville. Meat Loaf is no turkey at least not on stage. Even though his recent albums have been commercial and critical flops, his live performances are almost always riveting. Jazz fans have their choice of three top-notch bands tomorrow. The Danny Walsh Trio is at Jasons Is Jazz in Belmar, the Jazz Lobster Orchestra continues its stand at the Molly Pitcher Inn in Red Bank, and the Ira Brodsky Dixieland Band fills Pat's Tavern in Brielle with the rollicking sounds of New Orleans. Big Danny and the Boppers are back at Mrs. Jay's tonight. That's good news for local blues fans. Bystander is at Tradewinds is Sea Bright tonight and tomorrow night. The Rob Perry Michael Band, along with Fear of Flying, perform tonight at the Brighton Bar in Long Branch. Winklemann'i restaurant, dancing Ann Carol, keyboards, today; River Avenue, Lakewood. COUNTRY The Cabin restaurant, dancing Squan River Band, today, Route 33, Howell Township. JAZZ Jason I Jazz Danny Walsh Trio, tomorrow; South Belmar. Molly Pitcher Inn restaurant lazz Lobster Orchestra, tomorrow; Route 35, Red Bank. Pat's Tavern restaurant Vlnnie Corrao, Sammy Pugh, Clarence Pinkney, Danny Walsh, today Ira Brodsky Dixieland Band (matinee) tomorrow; Higgins Avenue, Brielle. MISCELLANEOUS The Ark Half Brothers, today; 401 Sea Ave., Point Pleasant Beach. The Carriage House restaurant Mo Cheruso, today, Robert Sammond, classical piano, today and tomorrow, Higgins Avenue, Brieile. Cinnamon Tree restaurant, dancing DJ (oldies) today New York Comedy Show, tomorrow, Route 9, Freehold. " Club Malibu Amber Band, today; 71 ' ! at Hollywood in Seaside Heights. ALSO RECOMMENDED THIS WEEKEND Tonight Cats on a Smooth Surface, Birch Hill, Old Bridge Township; Harry & Joel, Crab's Claw, Lavallette; Squan River Band, the Cabin, Howell Township; Half Brothers, the Ark, Point Pleasant Beach; The Bolshoi, Green Parrot, Neptune; Amber Band, Club Malibu, Long Branch. Tomorrow Cats on a Smooth Surface and Joey and the Works, Stone Pony, Asbury Park; Dana Manchester, Odessey, Asbury Park; Mango Brothers, Olson's, Toms River, Waterfront, Playpen, Sayreville; Daybreak, Polo Club, Neptune; Cherubs, Bar Anticipation, South Belmar. Robert Santelli is a free-lance writer. His column appears Saturdays. Oceanport Ave., West Long Branch. Mine Street Coffeehouse Jane Gillman, today Neilson and Bayard streets, New Brunswick. Yankee Clipper restaurant, dancing Sandbar Pub: Swinging Johnsons, DJ Bart, today Surf Room: Tom Dougherty, piano, tomorrow, 1 Chicago Blvd., Sea Girt. ROCK'N'ROLL Brighton Bar Fear of Flying, Rob Perry Michael Band, today; 121 Brighton Ave., Long Branch. Dubiiner Pub restaurant Jokerz (acoustic rock) today; 64 S. Ridge Ave. Red Bank. Green Parrot Rock Club restaurant, dancing The Bolshoi, today; 1927 Route 33, Neptune. Hollywood Benefit concert featuring Bystander, TLC, Aviator, Tamela, Jan Love, 3 p.m. to 3 a m. tomorrow; $12 at the door; the Boulevard, Seaside Heights. Stone Pony Cats On A Smooth Surface, Joey & The Works, tomorrow; 913 Ocean Ave., Asbury Park. Tradewinds dancing Back Trax, ' tomorrow; Bystander, today and tomorrow; 1331 Ocean Ave., Sea Bright. : '

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