Sabrina Wenske

Sabrina Wenske is a San Francisco-based theatre actor and deviser, primarily in clown. She is proud to have been in many devised ensemble works, including "Bend the Rules, Eat the Head" which won best of the 2015 SF Fringe Festival, her clown scenes in Circus Center's "Guilty as Sin," "How to Ripen" with Addie Ulrey for 2014 FuryFactory Festival, "Portrait of the Young Artist as a Young Artist" with Ragged Wing for FoolsFury Factory Parts 2013, and "O Best Beloved" which won best of the 2013 SF Fringe Festival.


Sabrina graduated with honors in History from UC Berkeley, and then attended Dell’Arte International in 2012. In the Bay Area, she has worked with Bay Area Children’s Theater, FaultLine theater, and Ragged Wing Ensemble. Sabrina teaches theatre and circus with SF Shakes, Circus of Smiles, Living Dream Arts, Acrosports, and Circus Center.


With the Naked Empire Bouffon Company, Sabrina is currently developing her own Bouffon piece “My Fellow ‘Mericans" with Cara Sue McClendon, directed by Nathaniel Justiniano, and set for premiere in 2016. As program director for Naked Empire, she is delighted to keep putting together monthly curated cabarets with others who are bouffon-minded, every third Saturday of the month at Pianofight.


Sabrina teaches Circus Skills Jam with Oscar Velarde, an LA-born martial artist, stunt clown, and diabolo artist.


Photo Credit: Kellen Freeman.

Sabrina Wenske is currently not instructing any classes.