Adrianna at Confabulations: On The Road

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Join Adrianna for a night of storytelling in Toronto

Back by popular demand, #ConfabTO presents On the Road — stories of transition, travel, and crossing lines.

Adrianna will be sharing a new story about her getting stuck in Punta Cana when Hurricane Irma hits the Dominican in 2017.

Burdock – 1184 Bloor Street West (Near Dufferin Station)
Wednesday May 2, 2018
Doors open at 7pm, show starts at 7:30pm
Tickets: $10

Featuring stories from:
Rachel Allen
Keith Brown
Natalie Frijia
Luba Magnus
Adrianna Prosser
and host Paul Aflalo

*Cover photo by Ian Siu-Ming Lawrence ( taken during #ConfabTO at Burdock in September 2016.

Stories Like Crazy presents: 2 one-woman shows!

Stories Like Crazy presents: 2 one-woman shows!

Once upon a time, Lori Lane Murphy met me online… I was stoked to be a part of her All In Our Heads storytelling event at The Paddock a while ago, and wouldn’t you know it – Lori was even cooler in person. I even met her husband Paul who I immediately wanted to be his sister! 

Fastforward past coffee chats and more storytelling events to when Lori brings this great idea of a mental health podcast that we should make together. Of course I am game! We create Stories Like Crazy We have a few episodes ready to drop for #MHW17 Mental Health Week May 1-7, but we don’t stop there…

Stories like crazy podcast presents 2 one woman shows by Adrianna Prosser and Lori Lane Murphy

We are teaming up to bring our one-woman shows about our true life stories dealing with mental health issues in our lives. Partial proceeds will go to CHMA’s #GETLOUD campaign for this year’s #MHW17

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See you in May!

Everything But the Cat… Workshop

Adrianna will be leading a Mental Health Workshop at a local public school during the 2015 Mental Health Week. She will be presenting an abridged version of her one-woman show Everything But the Cat… and then help 300 students fight stigma.

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