#iMissLiveTheatre — What was YOUR most incredible theatre moment? Join the campaign!
Source: TAPA – Toronto Alliance for the Performing Arts Youtube Channel.
“At this time of year, the theatre, dance and opera sector would typically be celebrating the launch of the 2020-21 season. Instead the industry continues to feel the devastating impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
While many parts of our economy cautiously begin to reopen, the performing arts remain largely dark – amongst the first to close and will be the last to re-open.
The impact to date in Toronto is 25,000 cancelled or postponed public performances; $500 million lost ticket sales; 20 million lost audience members.
To raise awareness of the effect of the pandemic on the theatre, dance and opera community in Toronto we are inviting you, our audiences to join artists in celebrating our vibrant cultural landscape.
JOIN the Campaign!
Share a vid or pic of your favourite Toronto Theatre Moment to social media, including the hashtag #iMissLiveTheatreTO “
Jully’s most incredible theatre moment is at the 6:44 mark!
More details here: https://tapa.ca/imisslivetheatreto-2/
Celebrating 25 Years of Honey Jam!
A music program in Toronto has been fostering female artists across the country for 25 years. Lindsay Dunn – CityNews Toronto spoke to the creator of Honey Jam, Ebonnie Rowe, and program alumni, (yours truly, Miss Jully!) a the #ElMocambo about its impact on the music community. Watch the full story here.
Exclusive: Jully discussing cancer scare on CTV Morning Live Ottawa
cibcrunforthecure.com. #partner #running
TORONTO, Sept. 8, 2020 /CNW/ – For almost three decades, the Canadian Cancer Society CIBC Run for the Cure has united a collective of Canadians who are a force-for-life in the face of breast cancer. This year, being physically apart won’t stop us from coming together to make a difference. The Canadian Cancer Society (CCS) and CIBC are inviting people from coast to coast to coast to join the reimagined CIBC Run for the Cure, taking place on Sunday, October 4.
Jully on Cityline and in kitchen sharing her Sexy Chickpea Sugar-Free Chocolate Chip Cookies
~~ You’re aren’t what you eat, you eat what you are ~~
Hey fam! They’re healthy, they’re easy to make, and they’re #TASTY! They’re Sexy Chickpea Vegan Chocolate Chip Cookies and you want them! ~~~Jully joined Tracy Moore on #TheDailyDish on Cityline for some fun in the kitchen and to raise awareness around breast cancer and the CIBC Run For The Cure! This year, you can join Jully, (our National Spokesperson!) on Sunday October 4th by registering at cibcrunforthecure.com — because being physically apart won’t stop us from coming together as a force-for-life in the face of breast cancer.