Art meets activism in Vancouver rock musical Love Bomb

How do you tackle an issue like sex trafficking in Canada — in a musical, no less? Meghan Gardiner, the playwright behind the long-running one-woman show Dissolve, talks to CBC Arts about her new play, Love Bomb.

How do you tackle an issue like sex trafficking in Canada — in a musical, no less?

Sara Vickruck stars in Love Bomb, an original musical running through October 10 at Vancouver's Firehall Arts Centre. (Supplied)

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