Arts at UNCW

Seahawk FAM


An electrifying ensemble directed by Rio de Janeiro native, Raphael Namé (guitar, vocalist). The group will be performing a lively mix of contemporary Brazilian, Afro-Cuban, and Caribbean Jazz! 


Come to a land where pumpkins are prisons, wolves sneeze down houses, dragons are ice cold and SCIENCE tells the rest of the story! This fun, raucous and sometimes messy show is perfect for ages young and old! With flying toilet paper, fog vortexes, singing rods to name just a few of the elements in this show you can understand why children (and children at heart) literally go insane for science after seeing it! 


A musical, theatrical, interactive, costumed performance that creates and delivers original, unique shows packed full of wholesome positive goodness for the whole family... especially the kids... or the parents ... or kids... let's just say that typically the whole family loves us. Fun times with messages about healthy habits, eating right, manners, being environmentally conscious - that's what you can expect from the Broc. Bros! 


Each year, Make Trouble Runs a 5-week summer intensive that combines training with performing, for both college students and recent college graduates. Make Trouble invites 12-14 students to join them for a summer repertory ensemble. This year's ensemble will be performing Shakespeare's Midsummer Night's Dream. Click here for details on sensory friendly performances.


Chamber Soul best describes what the listener should expect when experiencing Shana's music. A front-line advocate of arts education, Shana is a newly-designated A+ (Arts Integration) Schools Apprentice Fellow, and has been a teaching artist with Wolf Trap Institute for Early Learning through the Arts (NC and NV) since 2015. She has also been a teaching artist with United Arts Council of Raleigh/Wake County NC and The Smith Center for Performing Arts - Las Vegas. Click here for details on sensory friendly performances.


The Wilmington Symphony Orchestra has established a unique artistic profile and civic stature in southeastern North Carolina. The musicians are local instrumentalists, and gifted students and faculty, selected each year by audition. The Smaller Bites performance will feature 3 very talented local musicians from the orchestra. The repertoire will include classical takes on modern popular songs. Click here for details on sensory friendly performances.