Member of the Week: Sabrina K Victor
Tuesday, April 23, 2019
Posted by: John Meredith
Sabrina (she/her/hers) is an actress, singer, and performance activist in the local Boston area. Having recently graduated from UMass Amherst, she holds two theater and journalism degrees along with a multicultural theater certificate. She is passionate about telling diverse stories and joining the efforts to increase inclusivity in our entertainment industry. Last year she staged her own production of Spell # 7 by the late Ntozake Shange, and then appeared in the New England premiere of Miss You Like Hell with Company One.
According to her nominator, Joseph Vaccaro, "She’s fresh out of college already making a name for herself in the Boston scene!... Sabrina also volunteers with the Brockton High School Fine Arts program, in her hometown, where she serves as a member of the creative team and works with the youth."
Through her endeavors in the world of pageantry, she has been able to promote her platform #SpeakYourTruth, which aims to inspire those who are marginalized and unheard to create their own narratives using methods of performance and art. She currently holds the title of National Miss Black and Gold, and also placed 3rd runner up in the Miss MA USA 2019 pageant.
Next up you can find her performing in the Boston production of School Girls; Or, the African Mean Girls Play with SpeakEasy Stage this May! Or, come see her perform in the Donkey Show at the Oberon in Cambridge every Saturday! www.sabrinakvictor.com
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