CHICAGO - Bijou Theater's October is packed with special activities to suit the tastes of anyone who's old enough to enjoy adult entertainment.
 
The theater's monthly Spotlight Series, scheduled for Oct. 13-15, will focus on the life and career of director Steve Scott with screenings of three of his pre-condom films: Non-Stop, Track Meet and Dangerous.
 
In Non-Stop, horny airline steward Steve Collins visits a friend in New York and has about as much sex as a person can handle in one day. Beautifully lensed and starring beautiful, masculine men, the film is both a wild romp and a reminder of the way porn used to be. One scene takes place in the now-demolished Chelsea Piers, one on a rooftop and another in a stairwell.
 
Described by an AVN review as "Steve Scott at his best," Track Meet incorporates romance, forcefulness, affection and lovemaking as a young man (lean, long-legged, saucy-eyed Gavin Geoffrey) discovers himself and the world of gay sex. Released in 1976, it explores a young track star's struggle to "come out" and accept himself.
 
In Dangerous, Jim Rogers takes a naughty little foray  into the world of anonymous blowjobs after his boyfriend (played by Michael Braun) is arrested for sucking cock in a public bathroom.
 
Tickets for the Spotlight Series are $20 and allow admission to all three nights' main events.
 
Bijou will celebrate College Dorm Weekend Oct. 24-26 with special screenings and live dancers. On Oct. 26, Raging Stallion Man of the Year Ricky Sinz will host an honest-to-goodness kegger at 3 p.m.
 
Tickets for the weekend are $32 through Oct. 18.