Performances

Bekka Fink, Member of AEA (Actor's Equity Association)

View Bekka's Performing Resume and SF Casting Profile.

Based in the San Francisco Bay Area, Bekka is also available to travel Nationally and Internationally.

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Lovesick (2017)

A passionate new musical play based on The Song of Songs

Directed by Christopher Renshaw

Osher Studio in Berkeley & Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts

Lovesick Musical Website

Awards:

Winner of the 2018 Will Glickman Award for best new play to debut in the Bay Area!


2017 TBA Outstanding Ensemble of a Musical

2017 TBA Award for Outstanding Direction of a Musical

Into The Woods (2014)

Directed by Susi Damilano

San Francisco Playhouse

SF Playhouse Website

Reviews:

“Standout moments also come from the delightfully self-absorbed bitchery of Bekka Fink and identical twins Lily and Michelle Drexler as Cinderella’s tormenting family.”

San Francisco Examiner Review by Robert Sokol on July 1, 2014


"Though a small part Cinderella’s evil stepmother is made memorable in a colorful turn from Bekka Fink, who also lends her lovely vocals to the ghost of Cinderella’s mother (who, in a nice turn, is actually the fairy godmother)."

Theater Dogs Review by Chad Jones, July 3, 2014


“Others who shine in this fast-paced musical are Bekka Fink as Cinderella's Stepmother.”

Talkin' Broadway Review by Richard Connema

Cinderella’s Stepmother (Bekka Fink), taunts Cinderella (Monique Hafen*) about going to the King’s Festival while stepsisters Lucinda (Lily Drexler) and Florinda (Michelle Drexler) look on.

Fourth Messenger (2013)

Directed by Broadway's Matt August

Ashby Stage in Berkeley

Play Website

Reviews:

“Many of the cast play multiple roles, and capably create well-rounded, very satisfying characterizations. Standouts for me include Bekka Fink as a zealous disciple.”

Bay Area Theater Review by Stacy Trevenon, February 18, 2013


"Bekka Fink, shines in many roles, especially in Bridgette Loriaux's fancifully choreographed gated-community fantasy and the cartoon-comic enlightenment medley of "Sid's Temptations."

SF Gate Review by Robert Hurwitt, February 10, 2013


"Reggie D. White, Simone Kertesz, Bekka Fink, and Dave Garrett give priceless turns as assorted devotees with their own issues to get over."

KQED Arts Review by Sam Hurwitt, February 11, 2013

Threepenny Opera (2010)

Directed by Susannah Martin

Ashby Stage in Berkeley

Shotgun Players website

Reviews:

"A half-decent "Threepenny" is a gift at any time, and Susannah Martin's staging of the 1928 Brecht-Weill masterpiece is better than that...it soars on the voices of Kelsey Venter, Beth Wilmurt, Bekka Fink and Rebecca Pingree."

SF Gate Review by Robert Hurwitt, December 8, 2009


“Bekka Fink as Mrs. Peachum; her venom on "The Ballad of Sexual Imperative" was hard to beat. In fact, the whole Peachum clan stands out.”

The Daily Californian Review by Sam Stander, August 9, 2013


"This production of The Threepenny Opera is worth every cent, and a whole lot more! It’s simply one of the best theatre productions of the year… a must-see, darkly-brilliant production”

- Mike Ward, SAN FRANCISCO BAY TIMES

San Francisco Mime Troupe 2003

Reviews:

Dolores Park premiere of the San Francisco Mime Troupe's "Veronique of the Mounties."

"Bekka Fink, Christian Cagigal and Michael Carreiro -- who do yeoman work in many small parts -- light up the park as the fundamentalist family in an energetic, rousing hymn, "God's Little Warriors."

San Francisco Chronicle Review by Robert Hurwitt, July 7, 2003


"Bekka Fink's Judith is equal parts adorable and terrifying as a gun-crazy little girl."

East Bay Express Review by Lisa Drowstova, August 6, 2003


SF Gate article by Rona Marech, August 1, 2003

Moments of Truth (2015)

Directed by Louis Parnell

3Girls Theatre

3Girls Theatre Website

Reviews:

“Bekka Fink intensely brings the artist-in-crisis to life before us…. Ms. Fink also brightens with a glow that permeates her whole being as she sings.”

Theatre Eddy's Review, September 25, 2015


"Bekka Fink gives a terrific performance as Nan.  She skillfully exposes abundance of character’s dimensions. She is sometimes fragile and ambiguous and sometimes expressive."

For All Events Review by Richard Connema, October 5, 2015


"The 3Girls Theatre Company production is enhanced by the charismatic talents of its cast, with Bekka Fink as the artistically drifting Nan, Danielle Thys as the brash Chloe, Tyler McKenna as the art dealer trapped between the two artists, and Douglas Giorgis in a series of comically overplayed cameos."

Bay Area Reporter Review by Richard Dodds, September 24, 2015

 

Film/TV

Film/TV

reVISIONS (2017)

What part of your life would you rewrite for love? A screenplay, a love story, a secret, a terrorist and a hero, zombie strippers and maybe, time travel ... all collide in this comic romance starring JP Allen, Bekka Fink, Chris Pflueger, Lucia Frangione, Joseph Estlack, Michelle Drexler, Sally Clawson, Ashley Rain Turner and Jason Wolos. Written and directed by JP Allen, cinematography by Daniel Teixeira-Gomes, produced by Cathy Montosa, with music by John Dole, Rossana Schneider, Martin Watkinson/Cherita Meadows, and Cello Joe. A Coffee and Language Film. 85 minutes, color, 16:9, NR. For more info see www.coffeeandlanguage.com

"For Here or To Go?" (2017)

Cookie Wars (2013)

COOKIE WARS (2013) from SF Film Workshop on Vimeo.

A FESTIVAL FILM: Mill Valley Film Festival, Tower of Youth, Sacramento, International Student Film Festival, Hollywood, Cine/Youth, Chicago, Harvard - Westlake Festival, Hollywood, Nashville Film Festival, San Francisco Film Festival and the Los Angeles Film Festival. BEST WRITING - South Bay Student Video Festival.

An ambitious mother (Bekka Fink) has hired a ringer (Roxanna Tabatabai) to help her sell Girl Scout cookies while her real daughter (Miranda Autum Lewis) has plans of her own. The battle is on!

Cookie Wars Bekka Fink

Love Everywhere (2010)

Love Everywhere, Erika Chong Shuch Performance Project from Erika Chong Shuch on Vimeo.

Love Everywhere
Commissioned by Dancers' Group's ONSITE program
at San Francisco City Hall, February 2010
Directed and Choreographed by Erika Chong Shuch
Music Direction and Orchestra Conducting by David Moschler
Video by Mission Pictures

TRAUMA -- 'Masquerade' Episode 105 (2009)

TRAUMA -- 'Masquerade' Episode 105 -- Air Date -- Pictured: (l-r) Cliff Curtis as Reuben 'Rabbit' Palchuck, Bekka Fink as the patient, Aimee Garcia as Marisa Benez -- Photo by: Trae Patton/NBCU Photo Bank
TRAUMA -- 'Masquerade' Episode 105 -- Air Date -- Pictured: (l-r) Cliff Curtis as Reuben 'Rabbit' Palchuck, Bekka Fink as the patient, Aimee Garcia as Marisa Benez -- Photo by: Trae Patton/NBCU Photo Bank

Pictured: (l-r) Cliff Curtis as Reuben 'Rabbit' Palchuck, Bekka Fink as the patient, Aimee Garcia as Marisa Benez -- Photo by: Trae Patton/NBCU Photo Bank

Commercial

Commercials

Youthful Gold for Anti-Aging Infomercial (2013)

What Critics Say About Bekka Fink...

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Veronique Of The Mounties (Summer Fall Tour 2003)

"Bekka Fink's Judith is equal parts adorable and terrifying as a gun-crazy little girl"

- Lisa Drostova, East Bay Express


"...lights up the park as a member of the fundamentalist family in an energetic, rousing hymn, Gods Little Warriors..."

- Robert Hurwitt, San Francisco Chronicle

Medea - The Shotgun Players 2000

"The chorus harmonizes well, Fink stands out for her range and nice gravely, forbidding effect."

- Lisa Drostova, East Bay Express


"The 3-woman chorus sings Seavers' harmonies beautifully as they attempt to interject some lovey-dovey sentiments into Medea's nightmarish spiral...with their blue lips and highly floral outfits, they are good for some laughs and some serious music."

- Chad Jones, Oakland Tribune

Rodgers and Hammerstein's, Cinderella - National Tour 1995

"Impressive as Cinderella's stepsisters...Rebecca Fink...whose grimaces and bodily expressiveness wonderfully compliment her shrieky cackling."

- C.J. Gianakaris, Kalamazoo, Michigan Gazette


"Rebecca Fink and Lisa Adams, as Cinderella's wicked stepsisters were at their biting, bitter, bovinish best in Stepsisters lament...and A Lovely Night bubbled with fancy, comedy, and harmony."

- Leslie Myers, The Jackson Mississippi Clarion-Ledger


"The master comic touch is provided by Cinderella's evil stepsisters, featuring...Rebecca Fink...in a delightful, over-the-top performance."

  • Gary A. Panetta, Peoria, Illinois Journal Star
Sweeney Todd at The Hangar Theatre - Ithaca, New York 1995

"Rebecca Fink as Johanna, filled the theater with her arresting voice and a charming, blond-ringletted naivete."

- Suzanne M. Connelly, Syracuse, New York

The Promised Land - Off Broadway

"Rebecca Fink plays all the women's roles, inlcuding the Voice of God, packing an emotional wallop into every role."

- Irene Backalernick, The National Jewish Post and Opinion


"Rebecca Fink, whose voice has a pop edge, is most versatile. She switches gracefully from Moses' elderly mother in one scene to a girlish Zipporah in the next."

- Aileen Jacobson, New York Newsday

Gods Hands - World Premier at Theatreworks, Palo Alto 1992

"Bursting with teen attitude, she shines in her musical moments."

- Robert Hurwitt, San Francisco Examiner


"Rebecca Fink is excellent as the misunderstood, dissatisfied daughter, Ruth. Her comic style is natural and her performance pure fun to watch."

- Colleen Krueger, Palo Alto Metro

The Human Comedy - West Coast Premier at Theatreworks, Palo Alto 1993

"A stellar performance...Rebecca Fink, in the role of Diana Steed."

- Joe Papaso, Palo Alto Weekly


"Rebecca Fink fills the stage with beautiful singing in the role of Diana Steed."

- Janice Riese, Peninsula Times Tribune

Stories - The Ten-Minute Musicals Project at The Climate Theater 1989

"Rebecca Fink plays the girl with a sweet malice and a pretty soprano."

- Peter Haugen, The Sacramento Bee


"Rebecca Fink fills the stage with beautiful singing in the role of Diana Steed."

- Janice Riese, Peninsula Times Tribune