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Meanwhile, feel free to check out the furniture Sabrina has been destressing and revitalizing during the past year!

      Sabrina is starring in the indie feature film The Immediate Unknown written and directed by Kaitlyn Mek premiering August in Winnetka, IL.


For more information about

The Immediate Unknown visit their Kickstarter and Tumblr pages.



     An eighteen-year-old girl's ordinary life gets shaken up when she enters college and experiences adulthood in its most vulnerable form.


The Immediate Unknown Music Update!


     We're so excited to announce that Spencer Tweedy, the son of Wilco frontman Jeff Tweedy, is contributing an unreleased song to The Immediate Unknown called "Cool Kids". We are so excited to share his song with you and are thrilled his music will become a part of our film. 

     The musicians that will be scoring the film will be announced next week! 

     We're at $12,631 and could not be happier with the amount of support we've received over the last few weeks. We cannot say thank you enough. 

     It's all coming together! Beyond thrilled to share the final project. 


     Stay tuned,


The Immediate Unknown Team




Jul 22 2014

Screen Crave Named Us "Indie Fundraiser Pick of the Week"



    Wow, what a great surprise! The Immediate Unknown has caught the attention of film blog Screen Crave, and we couldn't be more thrilled!



     See article below:







June 20 2014


        Sabrina can currently be seen at the Greenhouse Theatre Center performing in EL Stories: Heroes.  Come watch her face the terrors of the CTA, fight bears, and much more! 

       Faster than a Purple Line Express, able to transfer buses in a single card swipe… it’s EL Stories 22: Heroes!, the latest edition of Waltzing Mechanic’s long-running documentary series about life as it happens on the CTA. Adapted from interviews with real Chicago commuters, the Waltzing Mechanics perform a kaleidoscope of the commuting public’s most memorable and hilarious encounters. Recognized by the Chicago Tribune as one of the “Best of the Fringe” in 2011, EL Stories also gives you a chance each week to have your own transit tale played back live. Don’t miss our train!