Rhonda Bellamy speaks with Fidias Reyes, Interim Director of Arts Engagement, about UNCW's Best Seat in the House, a hub for the sharing of live and prerecorded performances of local, regional, and national artists during the coronavirus crisis.
Rhonda Bellamy sits down with director Ken Greenman and also Carolyn Stringer, who will star in Brunswick Little Theatre's production of "The Belle of Amherst", a one-woman show about poet Emily Dickinson January 30 - February 2, 2020.
Rhonda Bellamy sits down with Sharon Van Teyens and Toni Radcliffe of the New Hanover Garden Club to talk about Art & The Bloom, a fine art and floral design challenge exhibition taking place January 9th - 12th at the Blockade Runner Resort.
Rhonda Bellamy sits down with Ashley Strand, who will discuss his upcoming solo performance of the Gospel According to Mark, King James Live, produced by Alchemical Theatre, Jan 9-11 and 16-18 at Ronald Sachs Violins.
Rhonda Bellamy sits down with Benny Hill to discuss the 3rd Annual Benny Hill Quartet Scholarship Concert featuring trombonist Delfeayo Marsalis from the “First family of Jazz” on Jan 8, at 7:30 p.m. at the Wilson Center.
Rhonda Bellamy sits down with Stephen Meinhold, president of the North Carolina Azalea Festival, and Alison Barringer English, executive director, to talk about the unveiling of the official art this year.
Rhonda Bellamy sits down with David Gessner, chair of UNCW's Creative Writing Department, and our own George Scheibner to talk about the memorial and endowed fellowship for the late Phil Furia, writer and creator of WHQR's "The Great American Songbook".
Rhonda Bellamy sits down with Tony Rivenbark, executive director of Thalian Hall, to talk about "Harlem 100", a multimedia performance by jazz band Mwenso & the Shakes celebrating the centennial of the Harlem Renaissance.
Betsy Knowles, co-owner of theArtWorks, and Brian Peterson, acclaimed photographer and long-time curator for the James A. Michener Museum, join Rhonda Bellamy in the studio to discuss his upcoming solo exhibition at The Artworks.
Daphne Holmes, Curator of Public Programs at the Cameron Art Museum and Primus Robinson, President of the Cape Fear Jazz Society, join Rhonda Bellamy in the studio to discuss the upcoming Jazz at the CAM series and so much more.
It's the end of an era for Theatre Now, Wilmington's award-winning dinner and children's theater complex and they're going out with a proverbial bang, Clue the Musical. Around Town’s Rhonda Bellamy speaks with Alisa Harris, the owner and producer of Theatre Now.