Julius Caesar is onstage (and online!)

I have been working behind-the-scenes (well behind-the-screen) for Groundling Theatre and Crow’s Theatre’s adaptation of Julius Caesar as their social media specialist. I have been having a blast managing their Facebook and Twitter, where so many audience members and critics are able to interact with me and tell me how much they LOVE this production.

Social share created by Adrianna and shared on Groundling Theatre’s social media

I still haven’t seen it outside of a rehearsal I was lucky enough to attend, so just you wait until I start raving about it too – I’m seeing it this week!

Want to see it? Catch it quick as it closes February 2nd and it’s selling out all the time: crowstheatre.com/caesar and if you need accessible tickets check out: https://www.crowstheatre.com/1920promo#JuliusCaesar

Toronto Fringe 2019: Checkpoint 300

caucasian female soldier looking right at the viewer in uniform with quote "Sir, I'd rather be treated as a soldier not as a girl"

I am so excited for Checkpoint 300 at Fringe this year – ok ok I’m bias, because not only am I working on the show as their marketing and publicist, but I also know Michelle Wise (Playwright and Director) and Geoff Mays from a long time ago from my actors life. Plus bringing to life such a heavy but important subject as xenophobia and religious conflict in the middle east – this show won an award for being such a great piece of theatre. I hope you can see it: https://fringetoronto.com/fringe/show/checkpoint-300

I took photos from their rehearsal for media use and I am happy to put my learning curve of photography to use: (and a little graphic design to add in the mix!)

Shiri played by Lizette Mynhardt
Photo/Artwork by Adrianna Prosser
https://www.facebook.com/Checkpoint300Fringe-990186654516954/
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Happy Fringing to you all! And let me know what is on your “Fringe Picks” this year, I have some theatre to see 🙂