Adrianna is an alumnus of the joint Specialist Theatre and Drama Studies program at Sheridan College and the University of Toronto at Mississauga; of which she was recipient of the A.L. Fernie Bursary Award for Outstanding Performance and Production Achievement. Adrianna has also won the Best Performance by a Female in a Feature Role/Ensemble (Play) from Broadway World for her role as Jailer’s Daughter, and was a part of the winning ensemble cast for the 2012 Best of Fringe as Jenny in The Shape of Things. Adrianna was also a part of the cast of Unhappy Happy which won the 2013 TIFF Best Micro-Budget Feature Award.
Adrianna is also the Arts & History Host for the award winning educational webshow Cranium Cookie, about all things Canadian.
Her bereavement piece “Everything but the Cat…” had a staged reading at The New Ideas Festival with Alumnae Theatre and received wonderfully supportive reviews. Since then, this piece has been on tour to schools throughout the region to bring mental health awareness to youth. Please visit www.everythingbutthecat.net to learn how you can support or become involved in this important confessional-theatre piece.
Adrianna is also employed as a Historical Interpreter with the City of Toronto where she educates children through theatre-education programs about the Victorian and Edwardian Era at several city museums. The Playwright in Residence at Gibson House Museum from 2007-2012, she has written four plays that delve into site-specific history. Her latest play for the city museums, War for Dessert deals with the reasons for the War of 1812.
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