Sabrina Weckerlin for years has been one of the most successful musical actresses in German-speaking countries. Here are just a few highlights of her career: she was the Constance in the original cast of “The Three Musketeers” in Berlin. She created the leading role of Margrid Arnaud in the European premiere of “Marie Antoinette”, winning several awards for her performance. In 2011 she played the title role in the world premiere of “Die Päpstin”, once again receiving various awards. The pop and Broadway composer Frank Wildhorn wrote the role of Morgana le Faye for Sabrina in “Arthur”, which toured the U.S., Russia, and Japan. In 2015 she played the role of Mary Cullen in the world premiere adaptation of the novel “The Physician”. In 2017, 2018, and 2019, Sabrina toured as a soloist with “Disney in Concert” to major arenas in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. She also received the award “Most Beautiful Singing Voice” and “Best Actress” three times in a row.
As a pop singer, Sabrina made the charts appearing with Alexander Klaws (“All I ever want”). And in June 2019 her first pop/soul album was released – written and recorded in New York by Frank Wildhorn, who wrote “Where Do Broken Hearts Go” for Whitney Houston.
Most recently, she sang Queen Iduna in “Frozen II” and spoke and sang Peg in the “Lady and the Tramp” remake. Summer 2020 Sabrina is slated to appear as Lotte in “Goethe!” at the Bad Hersfeld Festival, directed by Gil Mehmert.