Rhonda Bellamy has delighted thousands with her dynamic interpretation of literature emanating from the African-American experience. Her dramatic performances, spanning nearly two decades, have been well-received at universities, public schools, and cultural centers along the East Coast.
As executive director of Ayara Entertainment, she is regularly commissioned to craft specialized productions from her extensive repertoire. Though "Ain't I A Woman?" remains her signature performance, she has produced "The Golden Age of Harlem: A Period Revisited" in conjunction with renowned master painter Jacob Lawrence's traveling exhibition, "The People Could Fly and Other Shorts" for Barnes & Noble Booksellers, and "Reckoning Forces: Women of Color Find Their Voices" for J.C. Penney. Her ensemble acting experience includes roles in "The Good Doctor", "The Man Who Came to Dinner" and "God's Trombones." In addition, she is frequently featured on public radio.
Rhonda is currently news director for WMNX and WGNI radio stations in Wilmington, NC, and instructor for Dreams of Wilmington, an arts program for disadvantaged youth.