Sarah Brokensha is an actor, theatre maker and co-founder of independent theatre company The Misery Children.
Other recent theatre credits include the award ‘Black Crow Lullabies’ and ‘Ollie and the Minotaur’ (floogle), ‘Mutzenball’ (little black box theatre/The Misery Children – WINNER 2008 Green Room Theatre Award for Best Cabaret Ensemble), ‘Ruby Bruise’ (Vitalstatistix Theatre Company/The Misery Children), ‘Emily Loves to Bounce’ and ‘Me and My Shadow’ (Patch Theatre Company) and ‘The Girl Who Cried Wolf’ (Windmill Theatre).
Film and television credits include Wolf Creek – Series 2 (Geoff Bennett), Rabbit (Luke Shanahan), Angela’s Decision (Mat King Productions), Rain Shadow (Southern Star Productions), King, Coward (short film/Quiet Giant) and Golden Years (short film/Aimee Knight).
Sarah’s work is primarily in theatre and she is a member of independent theatre company The Misery Children. She loves exploring those moments in theatre where you’re asking the audience to have an emotional response, and in the next second, unexpectedly question that response. Sarah recently performed in NYC on 42nd St at the New Victory Theatre and it was, hands down, one of the most amazing experiences of her life.