Stratford debut: Mme. Coquenard in The Three Musketeers and appears in Romeo and Juliet and The Merchant of Venice. Elsewhere: Emmie in Caroline, or Change (Acting Up Stage/Obsidian Theatre); Sophie in Ruined (Obsidian/Nightwood Theatre); Dutchman (director, lemonTree Creations at SummerWorks); The Passion of Adele Hugo (Eastern Front Theatre); The Comedy of Errors, King Lear (Driftwood Theatre); Dead Ahead, El Numero Uno (YPT); Little Shop of Horrors (Persephone Theatre); HONK!, Just So (Globe Theatre). Film/TV: The Story of Luke (feature film); guest appearances on The Listener, Degrassi, Flashpoint, Against the Wall, InSAYSHAble. Radio: Rumours – What’s the Use? (CBC Radio). Training: The Birmingham Conservatory for Classical Theatre, the National Theatre School of Canada. Awards: Dora nomination for Outstanding Performance by a Female in a Musical for Caroline, or Change. Et cetera: “Love to my family and Paul.”
Meet Sabryn Rock at Festival Friday Chats on August 2, August 16 and August 23.