Aurelia Belfield

music supervisor | creative producer | playwright | performer | arts activist

NOW PLAYING: Bree Wayy Promise Witness Remembrance

MUSIC SUPERVISOR. A film by award-winning director Dawn Porter that looks at how the art world responded to the death of Breonna Taylor by using art not only as a form of protest, but as a space to heal. Available now on Paramount+. Produced by Trilogy Films.

NOW PLAYING: Peace Of Clay

DIRECTOR. A new work by two of the region's most exciting playwrights - Mike Wiley and Howard L. Craft - explores the pressures, hopes, and aspirations of a young man coming of age in a southern city in the 1980s.

Raised by a devoted mother in the projects, the main character tries to pursue his path in the midst of obstacles large and small. and discovers his own power and strength. The play is a meditation on an African-American lower-working-class family in pursuit of an American dream that always seems to exist just beyond their grasp. 9/22- 10/3 in person and on demand. Produced by Theatre Raleigh

NOW PLAYING: Rise Again Tulsa and the red summer

MUSIC SUPERVISOR. Join Washington Post reporter DeNeen Brown as she chronicles the discovery of a mass grave in Tulsa Oklahoma and investigates the reign of racial terror and legacy of violence that swept across the United States in the early 20th century. Directed by Dawn Porter. Premieres Friday, June 18th on National Geographic and Hulu. Produced by Trilogy Films


EXECUTIVE PRODUCER. PLAYWRIGHT. Discover the many faces and phases of love in this new audio narrative anthology series. Available everywhere you get your podcasts! Produced with Artist Soapbox.

PODCAST: The New Colossus Audio Drama

EXECUTIVE PRODUCER. A darkly comic reboot of Chekhov’s classic The Seagull, this rollicking tale examines the pitfalls of making art and making love in modern day America. Available everywhere you get your podcasts! Produced with Artist Soapbox.


MUSIC SUPERVISOR. Join Ed Ayers, award-winning historian and co-host of the hit podcast BackStory, as he travels to places that define the most misunderstood parts of America’s past. Visit sites Americans struggle to discuss and learn from National Park Service interpreters, museum educators, and cutting-edge guides how they engage a diverse public with the fullness of our nation’s history. Produced by Field Studio Films

Aurelia Belfield is a seasoned creative professional with over a decade of experience in the arts and entertainment industry.

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