Singer/songwriter Byron “Barry” Bey has performed on radio and television. He performs “One Man Band” by Old Dominion.
Ken Belangia is a guitarist and singer in Oriental. He paired his rendition of “The Skye Boat Song” with photos of his trip to Ireland.
Bob Laverty wrote “Voyage” on a trip to Oriental, NC in his 29’ sloop “Joie De Vie”. He performs his song with his Swansboro based group “Flying Blind” featuring Jack Ketner on fiddle and Gary Edmisten on bass.
Abby is a 3 year old Belgian Malinois that failed police dog training. Yolanda Cristiani produced a video showcasing Abby succeeding at her latest training.
Byron Lambdin is retired, plays his guitar, and does a lot of fishing in the Oriental area. He plays and sings “Till I Gain Control Again”.
Rosa Cardona recently got up the courage to sing at Open Mic Night. She sings Bob Marley’s “Three Little Birds”.
Elaine Creel reprises her role of Mother Superior in Nunsense, with monologue and song, “Turn Up the Spotlight.”
TerryLynn Melody is a singer-songwriter who started performing in community theater and at churches in New Bern. She performs her original song “Desire”.
Emily Wheeley is 15 and loves community theater. She sings “She Used to be Mine” from the Broadway Musical Waitress.
Ben Gaskill has been a director and performer at The Old Theater. He sings “Point of Light” by Randy Travis.
Isabella Rodriguez is a 17 year old senior at Pamlico County High School. She sings “Never Enough” from the movie musical The Greatest Showman.
Russ Stevenson has taken part in many plays at the Old Theater, and plays the Ukulele with The Uhoos. Russ sings “Sarie Marais” in Afrikaans.
Per Erichsen performs the opening monologue to “Murder on the Orient Express” as Hercule Poirot, a role he was set to play when the pandemic hit.
Michele Rodriguez has performed previously at The Old Theater. Her last role was Sister Leo in Nunsense. She sings Patsy Cline’s “Crazy”.
Luke Douglas is a 16 year old pianist. He plays “River Rapids”, a song he wrote at 15.