is a performer and performance maker from Singapore. She adopts an interdisciplinary approach towards investigating and expressing concepts around tradition, culture and the body. In the process, she questions and challenges the conventions and consumption of theatre today.

With a drive for physical training and performance, she researches various philosophies and methods of training the body – its boundaries as well as its expansive possibilities. 

Her recent work includes Long Distance Affair, an immersive theatrical encounter presented by Juggerknot Theatre Company and PopUP Theatrics. 

Sabrina was a recipient of the National Arts Council Arts Scholarship (Singapore) in 2013, and received a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Honors) in Theatre Arts from New York University's Tisch School of the Arts, with a focus in the Experimental Theatre Wing.