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so... who is she?

Sabrina is a Haitian-American arts activist, passionate about empowering others to #SpeakYourTruth. She is an actor and singer, and has been featured in several independent and local stage productions including American Repertory Theatre's long running The Donkey Show created by Diane Paulus, and SpeakEasy Stage Company's School Girls; or the African Mean Girls PlaySabrina also has been featured on screen in national commercials and short films. 

She is based in New York and Boston as a model and content creator/influencer, as well as a professional speaker and host. As a former Miss Massachusetts USA, she also offers pageant consulting through her service Victory Prep. Some of her favorites are Netflix, trying new restaurants, and blasting Beyoncé.


Sabrina is an honors graduate of the University of Massachusetts Amherst with two degrees in Theater and Journalism, and a Multicultural Theater Practice Certificate. She currently attends Columbia University as a MFA Acting Candidate. 

"We can use performance to change the narrative and

live in our truths."


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Christopher Ehlers, digboston

School Girls; Or, The African Mean Girls Play is that rare instance of perfect theatrical harmony ... and Ama (Sabrina Victor)—all of whom give uncommonly realistic performances...



Mina Corpuz, Brockton Enterprise

Some have asked if she wishes she became Miss Massachusetts USA a different year. Victor said she has told them no because she feels "prepared and ready for this moment."


OJ Slaughter, WBUR

From its first day to its last, 150 actors have put on 885 performances of "The Donkey Show" at OBERON for more than 150,000 people.

"Art is fundamental to human expression."

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