Mikhail Baryshnikov, the artistic director of American Ballet Theatre, will be one of the leading speakers tomorrow at the Kennedy Center Terrace Theater tribute to Washington Ballet choreographer Choo-San Goh. The talented Goh died in New York on Nov. 28 of an AIDS-related illness at the age of 39. Baryshnikov had commissioned and danced in Goh's 1981 ballet "Configurations."

Among the others paying homage at the memorial tribute will be Mary Day, founder and artistic director of the Washington Ballet, who invited Goh to join the troupe in 1976; Violette Verdy, formerly a ballerina with the New York City Ballet and now on that company's staff; Janek Schergen, former ballet master of the Washington Ballet, now on the faculty of the University of Utah; Janet Shibata, a Washington Ballet ballerina for the past seven years and a former ABT soloist; and Washington Post dance critic Alan M. Kriegsman. Out and About

Meshulam Riklis, Pia Zadora's wealthy husband, has volunteered the use of his 14-passenger private jet to fly in some of the stars who'll be entertaining at Mitch Snyder's Christmas Eve party for the homeless. Among the stars expected for the show at the Convention Center, which is also being cosponsored by Mayor Marion Barry, are Dick Gregory, Valerie Harper, Dennis Quaid, Martin Sheen, Charlie Sheen and Emilio Estevez, Terry Moore, Whoopie Goldberg, Joe Spano, Johnny Rivers and his band and Brian Dennehy ...

Summit footnote, about all the unfortunate speculation that Nancy Reagan and Raisa Gorbachev didn't care much for each other while the boys seemed to get on so famously: This week's U.S. News & World Report reports that Nancy Reagan considers her counterpart "a chatterbox" and believes that one of her final burdens as first lady will be coping with Raisa at a Moscow summit next year. Maybe the two can be persuaded to sign their own mutual verbal missile reduction treaty ...

Hospital Report: Fox Television news commentator Nancy Dickerson was released from Georgetown University Hospital yesterday and is in her Kalorama area home recovering from gall bladder surgery ...

A San Francisco judge has refused a request by the famed all-male Bohemian Club to block the city's new ban on discrimination by large private clubs. The Bohemians count among their members such high-powered types as President Reagan, Vice President George Bush, Secretary of State George Shultz, former secretary of state Henry Kissinger and former secretary of defense Caspar Weinberger as well as various powerful millionaires. The club had sued, saying the San Francisco ordinance -- which states that exclusion from such clubs can be a barrier to the advancement of women and minorities -- violated freedom of association. The judge said the ordinance was not blatantly unconstitutional and did not pose a threat of irreparable harm to the club. The law, which is to take effect Thursday, is similar to one in existence here ...

Who gave Alan Caruba the right to pick "The Most Boring Celebrities of the Year"? It probably doesn't matter, since the self-appointed boredom arbiter from New Jersey produces such an entertaining list. Jim and Tammy Faye Bakker, of course, ran away with the fourth annual boredom title. Others on Caruba's 1987 list include Vanna White ("even she can't figure why anyone is interested and we agree"); Ollie North ("the 'Joe Isuzu' of national security"); Bruce Willis ("here's a guy who built an entire career on a smirk"); the British royals ("the most boring family in the world"); Oral Roberts ("the next time Oral goes up in his prayer tower, will someone please lock the door"); John "Tantrums 'R' Us" McEnroe; and the ever popular Sean Penn and Madonna ("these kids give a whole new meaning to 'flash in the pan' ") ...