Playwrights debut. Recent: Michael Yates Crowley’s The Rape of the Sabine Women..., Amanda Peet’s Our Very Own Carlin McCullough, Anna Ziegler’s Actually, Martyna Majok’s Ironbound, Lauren Yee’s In a Word. New York: Classic Stage, Atlantic, Roundabout, Playwrights Realm. Regional: Geffen Playhouse, Williamstown, California Shakespeare Theatre, New York Stage & Film, Two River Theatre, PlayMaker’s Rep, Goodspeed, Julliard, American Players Theatre, Idaho Shakespeare Festival, Shakespeare Santa Cruz, O’Neill Playwright’s Conference. Rafaeli’s a 2016-2018 Time Warner Directing Fellow at WP, was awarded the 2013-14 SDCF Sir John Gielgud Fellowship for Classical Direction, and served as Bartlett Sher’s Associate Director on various Broadway and West End productions. Training: Guildhall School of Music and Drama (London) and Columbia University. Upcoming: Roundabout’s world premiere of Ming Peiffer’s Usual Girls.
Playwrights debut. Dennison appeared in Alejandro Jodorowsky’s acclaimed 1989 film, Santa Sangre. Her professional acting experience continued via a US tour with the National Theatre of the Deaf where she played Gertrude in Ophelia. Dennison continued her tour at elementary schools with the Little Theatre of the Deaf. Dennison completed ASL translation for Yale University’s Twelfth Night. She took on the role of an ASL consultant at ArtsEmerson, Broadway Across America, Boston University School of Theatre, Commonwealth Shakespeare Company, SpeakEasy, and the Boston Opera House. She also appeared in Aditi Brennan Kapil’s Love Person (IRNE nomination). Sabrina was the Director of Artistic Sign Language and ASL consultant for I Was Most Alive with You at Huntington.
Critic’s Pick! "Craig Lucas’ I Was Most Alive with You is passionate and haunting. A marvel of polyphony, featuring standout performances."—Jesse Green, The New York Times
Elegantly staged by Tyne Rafaeli (Sabrina Dennison directed the ASL portion) and superbly acted by an ensemble of hearing and Deaf actors.—Frank Scheck, The Hollywood Reporter