Acting Work

TV

The Secret Life of Us

Water Rats

Home and Away

Breakers

Above The Law

Murder Call

Marriage Acts

All Saints

Ana's Song, Silverchair Video Clip

Rescue Special Ops

How To Be A Fan With Hex

Film

Whispers Among Wolves (short)

Boomerang, winner Tropfest 3rd place and best actress (short)

Dangerous Nights (short)

Commercials

Kit Kat

Optus

Rivita

Kelloggs K Time

MBF

Verizon

Theatre

The Little Dog Laughed, New Theatre

The Heidi Chronicles, New Theatre

Top Girls, New Theatre

A Moment On The Lips, Mad March Theatre Company, The Old Fitz

Ruby Moon, King Street Theatre

A Midsummer Night's Dream, Railway Street Theatre Company

Newcastle Shorts, Hunter Valley Theatre Company

 

‘Sometimes a great actor will steal a scene, or an act, some exceptional souls will steal the whole shebang. In The Little Dog Laughed Sarah Aubrey (as wickedly ruthless agent/power lesbian Diane) didn’t so much steal the show as mug it, tie it up, put duct tape over its mouth in a well-executed kidnapping. And if the audience were victims of this hostage grab, we were happily Stockholm-ed by her’ The Buzz From Sydney

The Little Dog Laughed, New Theatre, 2017

The Little Dog Laughed, New Theatre, 2017

‘Ms Aubrey, immaculately dressed, has captured the surface insouciance of this woman wonderfully, who is, truly, anything but carefree or careless when it comes to her client and what he can do for her ambitions. Ms Aubrey reveals the shark-like ruthlessness of this industry with a glamorous edginess that scores a repulse-attract magnet for us audience members, thankfully, safely out of her range of preying. We appreciate, even savour, her cruel wit and are relieved she is not part of our world’ Kevin Jackson, K J Theatre Diary

The Little Dog Laughed, New Theatre, 2017

The Little Dog Laughed, New Theatre, 2017

‘The clear standout performance came from Sarah Aubrey, as the acerbic and ruthless Diane, who masterfully set the tone from the start and like a true puppet master, controlled the characters and action of the play. The audience hung on her every line that she delivered with a devilish flair, with her monologues of particular, tickling everyone’s fancy’ Talking Arts

The Little Dog Laughed, New Theatre 2017

The Little Dog Laughed, New Theatre 2017

The Heidi Chronicles, New Theatre 2016

The Heidi Chronicles, New Theatre 2016

'Darren Sabadina and Sarah Aubrey leave remarkable impressions with their exuberant and adventurous approach to their respective roles, both detailed with their characterisations and humorous at every appropriate opportunity.' Suzygoessee

The Heidi Chronicles, New Theatre 2016

The Heidi Chronicles, New Theatre 2016

'Ably supporting the leads is a cast of talented performers who weave chameleon-like through the play. Special mention goes to Sarah Aubrey for her comic turn as 80s talk show host April.' The AU Review

The Heidi Chronicles, New Theatre 2016

The Heidi Chronicles, New Theatre 2016

The Heidi Chronicles, New Theatre 2016

The Heidi Chronicles, New Theatre 2016

Top Girls, New Theatre 2013

Top Girls, New Theatre 2013

'Sarah Aubrey is mesmerizing as three of the plays more difficult roles Pope Joan, Marlene’s abandoned anti-Thatcherite sister Joyce and Mrs Kidd, a woman fighting for her husbands job while he is laid up in bed. It is impossible to take your eyes off Aubrey when she is on the stage, so potent is her presence.' Lisa Thatcher

Top Girls, New Theatre 2013

Top Girls, New Theatre 2013