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TV and radio personality Kitty Fitzgibbon remembered for her decades-long theater career

Kitty Fitzgibbon was a longtime Wilmington television and radio personality who spent more than 50 years performing in a number of theatrical roles.

Thalian Hall losing $50K each month it’s closed due to ongoing pandemic

Lots of organizations across the Cape Fear are heaving to retool and regroup to recoup significant financial loss cause by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Thunder Rolls at Thalian Hall

Thalian Hall is filled with more than performances, it also has some of the richest history in Wilmington. Some of that history can fill the room with the sound of thunder.

From bluegrass to Scrooge, the Cape Fear hosts holiday events galore!

From bluegrass and Scrooge, to a wisecracking essay-turned-play and winter festival, there are lots of fun ways to relax this weekend and get into the holiday spirit.

Cannon balls recreate thunder in local theater

For the first time Thalian Hall is providing a free, unique event that is expected to take Wilmington by storm.

Ashley’s Adventures: Thalian Hall

Thalian Hall is the heart of Wilmington.

Thalian Hall set to go digital

videoIt will soon be out with the old and in with the new at Thalian Hall, as some changes are in store for the new year. Thalian Hall has long been showing movies using hundred-year old technology, but now the theater is going digital.

Rotary honors Thalian, Rivenbark

If you've ever been downtown on 3rd Street, chances are you've seen the historic Thalian Hall. The Downtown Rotary Club honored the historic theater and its executive director Tony Rivenbark today as part of Community Recognition Day.

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