The Bard has always inspired artwork, and the Bard Brawl follows this trend by promoting our brawler artists. Various artists including Stephanie E.M. Coleman, Leigh MacRae and Daniel J. Rowe have helped create work for various podcasts and posts over the years. Below are some of their incredible works.
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- #MacBeth. Bring out the amazing Scottish accents. #shakespeare tragedy @ Brutopia Brew Pub instagram.com/p/BS2GdjqD6RZ/ 1 week ago
- Brawling? Watching hockey? #multitasking @ Brutopia Brew Pub instagram.com/p/BSSJf3BDddb/ 3 weeks ago
- A fine set of brawlers brutopia_brew_pub #AsYouLikeIt @ Brutopia Brew Pub instagram.com/p/BRuGqn7D219/ 1 month ago
- #Shakespeare and #beer #AsYouLikeIt instagram.com/p/BRuDIwtj16I/ 1 month ago
- #Titus act IV. Deaths thus far: 1. Poor nurse. #shakespeareinlove @ Brutopia Brew Pub instagram.com/p/BPwAcwxjIvi/ 2 months ago
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