Robert Kennedy Show (Transylvania Library Amphitheater, Brevard NC)

    Transylvania Amphitheater 212 S Gaston St, Brevard, NC

    When one hears the name Kennedy, most think of JFK or maybe even Jackie. But it was serious young Bobby Kennedy who faced off with Jimmy Hoffa and the Teamsters during the Rackets Committee hearings of the late fifties and who during the Cuban Missile Crisis possessed a dissenting voice to which the President was […]

    Pauli Murray Show (Transylvania Library Amphitheater, Brevard NC)

    Transylvania Amphitheater 212 S Gaston St, Brevard, NC

    Pauli Murray helped transform the law of the land. She challenged “Jim Crow.” The overturning of Plessy v. Ferguson and the success of Brown v. Board of Education was in great part based on her legal tactic of challenging “separate” instead of “equal” and Pauli’s 746 page “States’ Laws on Race and Color.”  She challenged […]

    Georgia O’Keeffe Show (Transylvania Amphitheater, Brevard, NC)

    Transylvania Amphitheater 212 S Gaston St, Brevard, NC

    Georgia O’Keeffe was an independent woman who broke the rules and forged her own unique place in the world of arts. Her style is familiar from the bold, miraculous canvases that gave rise to her legend. Her face is familiar for the astonishing Alfred Stieglitz photographs that captured her wisdom and haunting beauty. Her innovative […]

    Houdini Show (Transylvania Amphitheater, Brevard NC)

    Transylvania Amphitheater 212 S Gaston St, Brevard, NC

    Harry Houdini, from his birth to his death, led a life of mystery and controversy. He was a world renowned magician, an escape artist, an author, and an avid collector and historian. He was a pioneering filmmaker and aviator. He debunked con men and fake mediums who used magician’s tricks to cheat the public and […]

    Eisenhower Show (Transylvania Library, Brevard NC)

    Transylvania Amphitheater 212 S Gaston St, Brevard, NC

    The Eisenhower presidency led the nation through both the darkest years of the Cold War as well as the Red Scare fanaticism of Joseph McCarthy, the rapidly escalating Civil Rights Movement and the burgeoning military industrial complex. But before Eisenhower was a President, he was a General – not just any General but the Supreme […]