Jaime Love, a graduate of the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York, left the big city and worked in summer theatre in Montana (Damn Yankees), did post production film work in L.A., and then fell in love with voice over work and headed east again to attend Connecticut School of Broadcasting. She then went on to Boston, where she worked as the Arts & Entertainment Director and Promotions Director at WMJX and WMEX, focused on producing (Today's Executive Women & That's Entertainment) voice overs, and met husband Rick Love!
Radio brought Jaime and Rick back to the West, this time to San Francisco (anyone remember Viacom's STAR FM?) and ultimately to Sonoma where he owns Creative Audience Research. She is proud to be creating opportunities for the Arts in this beautiful and talented town, has enjoyed making music with her singing troupes Wine, Women and Song, Defying Gravity (J Love Productions) and performing in Little Shop of Horrors (Audrey), Our Town (Mrs. Webb), and Beauty Queen of Leenane (Maureen), to name a few. She is happy to be staying in one place for once with her husband and their two kids, Jackson and Veronica, and thrilled to call Sonoma her home for the past twenty years!
First stepping foot on the stage at the age of 7, Libby Oberlin has been performing and creating theater for nearly 30 years.
Libby received her Master’s degree in Educational Theater from New York University where she graduated Magna Cum Laude. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Theater Arts from Hofstra University, graduating Cum Laude, and with the departmental award for excellence in acting.
After acting and teaching for ten years in New York City, Libby moved to Sonoma, where she lives with her husband, her daughter Maeve, and their Corgi Julius Caesar. Libby is inspired daily by her role as Education Director for Sonoma Arts Youth, and most recently as director of Carrie: The Musical. Libby is the Owner and Educational Director of The Theater School, an educational theater company committed to guiding young people towards authentic self-expression, safe emotional awareness, and meaningful shared discovery. She teaches classes and workshops in Sonoma and throughout the Bay Area using her unique combination of humor and understanding to connect with and mentor young people and teenagers. The Theater School is proud to have just opened its stage doors right here in Sonoma, and is thrilled to offer classes, workshops, and rehearsal space in our beautiful black box theater on Highway 12. www.thetheaterschool.com
Libby is an educator at The Girls Leadership Institute, using theater-based techniques to lead workshops for girls and parents in the practices of emotional intelligence, assertive self-expression, and healthy friendships. Libby is a children’s theater director for The Performing Arts Academy of Marin where she also taught their first on-camera acting class for kids. Libby will be teaching spring classes at the Throckmorton Theater in Mill Valley and is eager to come on board as their summer theater camp director.
In New York, Libby taught 9th grade drama at The Brooklyn Lab High School, where she devised and implemented a project-based theater curriculum focused on discovering and expressing oneself through theater, improvisation, writing, and Shakespeare. Libby is a professional actress in the Bay Area, and has performed on countless stages in New York City and Massachusetts. She has trained and performed with Shakespeare and Company, the Upright Citizens Brigade, HB Studios, The University of London, Serious Play, Sonoma Stage Works, and We Players.