Petrina Bromley is an actor, director, musical director, and composer from St. John's, Newfoundland.
Petrina has worked extensively with Artistic Fraud of Newfoundland since it's inception, having participated in ten of the company's original works. Her performance as Violet Pike in Oil and Water has garnered strong reviews on the national scene. As a composer she co-created UnderWraps and Icycle.
Petrina is also know for her work with Rising Tide theatre. Nottably for her portrayal of iconic Newfoundland entertainer Joan Morrissey.
- RCA Theatre Company: Belladonna; Power of the Unemployed; Amanda Greenleaf & The Spell of The Waterwitch; Jack Five-Oh; Jack of Hearts; April Fools.
- Artistic Fraud of Newfoundland: Oil and Water, Under Wraps, Afterimage, Fear of Flight, Burial Practices, Belly Up, Emoticons, Icycle, Signal, Jesus Chist Superstar, In Your Dreams Freud
- Ship's Company, Parrsboro, NS: By The Dark of the Moon
- National Arts Centre, Ottawa; Metamorphoses: Based on The Myths of Ovid
In 2013-14, Bromley was a member of the National Arts Centre English Theatre Ensemble in Ottawa, where she performed in Andy Jones’ Tartuffe, The Sound of Music, and Enron.