Sabrina Miller is a set, costume, prop and puppet designer based on Tiohtià:ke/Montréal land, and a member of APASQ (Association Des Professionnels Des Arts De La Scène Du Québec.) In 2008 she received her BFA from the University of Victoria where she specialized in the Design and Directing programs. In 2010 she did the SITI intense training program studying Suzuki and Viewpoint methods. Sabrina is working as a mentor for Black Theatre Workshop’s Artist Mentorship Program, which supports emerging talent from all cultural backgrounds and supports them as they enter a professional career. She also works regularly at Dawson College as a set or costume designer and is a member of the Design and Technical Advisory Committee for the John Abbott Professional Theatre as they are redesigning their college program to better serve their students both academically and in career preparation.
Sabrina's favourite mediums are designing for new scripts with the opportunity to work directly with the playwright, and, site specific pieces which have been created for audiences outside of a traditional theatre space. She is interested in working closely with the entire creative team to create a complete and immersive environment for their audience to engage with. When appropriate, she tries to keep her designs sustainable, meaning that she prefers to use responsibly sourced materials. She loves to inform and entertain with theatre, and does this by enchanting and respecting her audiences.