Love Songs: A Diatribe

Sabryn R-800In the run-up to Valentine’s Day, Golden Apple Theatre is presenting a new work created and composed by the company’s artistic director Robert Ursan.

Love Songs: A Diatribe stars Regina-born, Toronto-based Sabryn Rock (pictured) as a young woman who has taken more than her share of lumps in the game of love. Past rejections have made her somewhat insecure and neurotic, yet she still holds out hope of one day finding true love.

Love Songs: A Diatribe runs Feb. 9-13 at the Artesian on 13th with curtain each night at 8 p.m. You can find ticket information on the Golden Apple website.


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