Sabrina Dennison

is a proud Cape Cod native, where her late father was the only Bay State man to be convicted (Robin Hood style) of piracy in the 20th Century. Miss Hampton Beach 1988. Played a major acting role in Siskel and Ebert’s 1990 top six Hollywood movie, Santa Sangre, directed by Alejandro Jodorowsky. Sabrina’s other movie credits include acting in HBO’s series, High Maintenance, and with Deaf Yes: Center for Deaf Empowerment and Recovery. Sabrina’s professional acting experience continued with U.S. tour, including Ireland, with the National Theatre of the Deaf, when she took on the role of Greta, in Ophelia. Sabrina continued her tour at elementary schools with the Little Theatre of the Deaf, where she performed a variety of stage productions for children, such as The Brown Bag Princess, Jack Built a House. Sabrina completed ASL translation for Yale University’s Twelfth Night. She took on the role as an ASL consultant in a Broadway musical Avenue Q (Broadway Across America), Trumpery, What the Butler Saw, The Lady Hamlet (Boston University School of Theatre), All’s Well That Ends Well (Commonwealth Shakespeare Company), and The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds. Other theatre credits were with ArtsEmerson, SpeakEasy, New Rep, and the Boston Opera House. Sabrina played major role in Aditi Brennan Kapil’s production, LOVE PERSON (IRNE nominee) at the Boston Center of the Arts. Sabrina took on dual role as a Director of Artistic Sign Language and an actor in Playwrights Horizons’ off broadway production in NYC, I Was Most Alive With You and performed on stage as a theatrical ASL interpreter/actor as “Cady Heron” for Mean Girls broadway production at Citizen Bank Opera House.