Playwrights debut. Recent productions include the world premiere of Michael Yates Crowley’s The Rape of the Sabine Womenby Grace B. Matthias with Playwrights Realm, the world premiere of Anna Ziegler’s Actually at the Geffen Playhouse in Los Angeles (Ovation-nominated), and the New York premiere of In a Word by Lauren Yee. Her work has also been seen at Classic Stage Company, the Geffen Playhouse, Playwrights Realm, Cal Shakes, Roundabout, Atlantic Theater, Two River, PlayMakers Rep, New York Stage & Film, Goodspeed, Juilliard, Williamstown Theatre Festival, Great Lakes Shakespeare, American Players Theater, Idaho Shakespeare Festival and the O’Neill Playwright’s Conference, among others. Upcoming productions include Ironbound by Martyna Majok at the Geffen Playhouse and The Heart of Robin Hood by David Farr at the Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival. Tyne is a 2016-18 Time Warner Directing Fellow at the WP and received the 2014 SDC Sir John Gielgud Fellowship for Classic Direction.
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. Played a major acting role in Siskel and Ebert’s 1990 top six Hollywood movie, “Santa Sangre,” directed by Alejandro Jodorowsky. Sabrina’s professional acting experience continued via U.S. tour with the National Theater of the Deaf, when she took on the role of Gertrude in Ophelia. Sabrina continued her tour at elementary schools with the Little Theater of the Deaf. Sabrina completed ASL translation for Yale University’s Twelfth Night. She took on the role of an ASL consultant in a variety of theatre settings, including, ArtsEmerson, Broadway Across America, Boston University School of Theatre, Commonwealth Shakespeare Company, SpeakEasy Stage Company, and the Boston Opera House, to name a few. Played major role in Aditi Brennan Kapil’s production, LOVE PERSON, directed by Bevin O’Gara and was nominated by IRNE as best female actress for drama. In the most recent production, Sabrina proudly was the Director of Artistic Sign Language and ASL consultant for Craig Lucas’ "I Was Most Alive With You," The Huntington Theatre Company.
A rewarding experience! Craig Lucas illuminates the deepest human dilemmas.—Boston Globe