A podcast through The Smith to recognize and promote our North Carolina artists, patrons, and organizations. The series will consist of episodes ranging from 30 minutes to 1 hour, and will be posted on platforms including Apple’s Podcast Service, Spotify, and through our Facebook and Instagram Pages.
SPECIAL EPISODE: An update from Lexington Live and Neil Shepard
Neil Shepard discusses how Lexington Live has managed through the COVID-19 pandemic by going virtual and talks about what is on the horizon!
André Peele- What Makes Performing Special?
For our final episode of the season, singer and fellow podcaster of SYWTSFS, André Peele discusses his upbringing in North Carolina, the opera world, and what we should strive for in the performing arts.
James Littlejohn: The Football Thespian
Lexington local James Littlejohn discusses growing up in Lexington- where he found two of his passions in life: football and theater.
Kassaundra Shanette Lockhart and The Art of Public Speaking
Kassaundra Shanette Lockhart- Lexington local and President of the Board of Directors at The Smith- dives into the world of public speaking.
Cross Movement Dance Ministry
Meredith Worley joins host Logan Webber for a discussion about CMDM and the 22 year history they have had in North Carolina.
Dana Holliday on being a Visual Artist in Lexington and Abroad
Dana Holliday shares her story about being a visual artist in Lexington, North Carolina.