Driftwood Theatre is once again competing in the Aviva Community Fund Competition and needs your votes to place in the semi-finals: Vote once a day, every day from October 22 to November 5!
Driftwood is MegaHurtin’. We need to replace our entire microphone system before the 2013 summer season. Follow the link below to find out just what that means and to help give the Bard’s Bus Tour a (frequency) boost!
1. Visit the following link and vote (starting at noon on October 22) for the project. You can vote up to 15 times for Driftwood, so vote every day from October 22 to November 5. The Bard’s Bus Aviva Competition
2. Email everyone you know who is friendly to Driftwood, heck, email everyone you know, and encourage them to vote as well.
3. Tell your Facebook and Twitter friends about it.
4. Share Driftwood’s Facebook message about the competition.
The Aviva Community Fund Competition really comes down to maximum votes, so be sure to encourage people to vote once every day.
Together, we can give the Bard’s Bus Tour a boost, and stop Driftwood from MegaHurtin’.
For more information, check out our Aviva Project Video, which helps to explain why the funding is so important to Driftwood.
Featured in the video are Driftwood Artistic Director and General Manager D. Jeremy Smith, Production Manager Dan Gallo, and Artistic Partner Steven Burley. The video filmed over the course of a few hours on Friday, September 28, 2012 at Withrow Park in Toronto.
Driftwood Theatre gratefully acknowledges the support of Steven Burley, who shot, edited, and produced the video.