Sabrina Hill Weisz

facilitator / Visionary trainer

Sabrina is a native of Southern California and a graduate of Loyola Marymount University. She has BA in Communications from LMU where she was also very active in the Theater department. Sabrina has been an actress since the age of 10, and although she has many TV and film credits, the theater is her true love. Sabrina has been acting, writing, and directing and teaching in the Los Angeles area since graduating from LMU. She starting doing educational outreach with the Santa Clarita Repertory Company in 1994 and fell in love with teaching students about tolerance, self worth and inclusivity through the arts. In 1998 she starting working at bang Comedy Theater in Hollywood and went on to be one of their main improvisation and sketch comedy instructors from 1999 - 2012. During her time with bang she creating dozens of original improv based shows, some of which went on to headline Improv and Sketch Comedy festivals across the U.S. In 2014 Sabrina co-created the Performing Arts Academy at Valley Beth Shalom. This program is part of their Hebrew school and provides young students with an alternative to the traditional Hebrew school model. Sabrina established a program in which students would learn Hebrew and Judaic studies through the Performing Arts with each year Culminating with a production of an original play written by the students. Sabrina is currently a performing artist and facilitator with Theatre Dybbuk. Sabrina has worked with kids and adults from diverse communities all over Southern California and loves working with The Advot Project.