TC ARTS Hosts Guerrilla Divas


The Diva's are Back by popular demand! World renowned scientist and scholar, Dr. Cayenne Chardonnée and The Guerrilla Divas present another of their semi-occasional evenings of informative, quixotic, exotic, peculiar and enter-taining seminars in "The Natives are Restless: Tour A Broad or Ethnomusicology Ain't What It Used to Be". This event will be held on Saturday, April 26, at 7 p.m. at the Transylvania Community Arts Council located at 349 S. Caldwell Street in Brevard.

Dr. Chardonnée, professor of Comparative Neo-Retro-Nouveau Cultural Ethno-Socio-Archeo-Anthropological Studies at the University of Southern Southern Georgia, has gathered an international group of her academic and musical colleagues to explore the seamier sides of anthropology and ethnomusicology. The seminar will include live exhibits, discussion and music.

Dr. Chardonnée will be joined by Miss Honoraria Cheevis, who will enthrall us with her scholarly findings, as well as Miss Aurora Borealis, of Norway, who will share her own interesting discoveries.

Even revered icons like John Philip Sousa, whose landmark work, "Airs from Many Lands," will be an unforgettable exhibit of anthropology at its most naïve. The evening should prove to be informative and fun for all.

Dr. Chardonnée's past appearances in Brevard have sparked rave reviews and unprecedented enthusiasm. The staff at the Brevard Antique Mall has declared the Guerrilla Divas "The bee's knees."

"I wouldn't miss seeing it!" said Harvey Miller, professor emeritus of Brevard College.

Tickets for the evening are $14. The last performance sold out, so call now! For more information or to reserve your tickets, call TC Arts Council at 884-2787. Audience members are encouraged to dress to the nines.


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