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Radio Legend Delilah Wows with One-Woman Play

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Radio icon Delilah traded airtime for a one-woman play this month at The Grand in Wilmington. Her appearance was the third installment of this season’s SmartTalk Connected Conversations lineup.

Her performance, complete with onstage costume changes, featured reenactments of the many influential women in her life.

The crowd loved her performance and was inspired by her own story, which involves her 13 children, 10 of whom were adopted with special needs. Delilah also spoke about her latest fundraising project to build a school and orphanage for African children with HIV.

Delilah’s story wowed attendee Kathy Skinner: “How incredible, and what a giving and selfless person she is.”

The SmartTalk series runs through May with two more speakers, Lara Logan and Linda Ronstadt.

Photos by Dorey Nomiyama Photography.

 

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