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- Vocal Range: Alto/2nd Soprano
- Eyes: Green
- Hair: Red
- Height: 5' 1.5"
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Libby finished up her busy 2012 year with Washington Ensemble Theatre's "The Fairytale Lives of Russian Girls." She was also nominated and received a critic's honorable mention on Broadway World for Best Leading Actress for her role in Stephanie Timm's "Sweet Nothing."
Libby moved to Seattle June of 2010 via Ashland Oregon where she finished two seasons with The Oregon Shakespeare Festival as an understudy, appearing in "All's Well That Ends Well" (Diana), "Henry VIII" (Singing Woman), "The Comedy of Errors" (Ensemble), and "The Music Man" (Farmer's Wife). Libby received her B.A. Summa Cum Laude in Theatre Performance with a minor in Shakespeare Studies from Southern Oregon University in Ashland. Some of her favorite roles there include Little Sally in "Urinetown" and Sis in "WASP."
Libby's Seattle credits include:
--Washington Ensemble Theatre's "The Fairytale Lives of Russian Girls"
--Seattle Shakespeare Comapany's "The Winter's Tale"
--14/48: World's Quickest Theatre Festival
--Book-It Repertory Theatre's "Owen Meany's Christmas Pageant"
--Balagan Theatre's "Dog Sees God," "King Arthur and the Knights" of the Playground, and "Greetings from Styx"
--Theater Schmeater's "Twilight Zone Live!"
--Wrecking Crew's "Much Ado About Nothing"
--Island Stage Left's "Trying"
Libby will be playing Alecto in the newest installment of Team of Heroes at Annex Theatre
Reviews: Island Stage Left's production of "Trying" by Joanna Glass:
- "This show is a heck of a display of real, authentic acting. . . Newcomer to the island Libby Barnard is relentless in her portrayal of Sarah, and early on you find yourself cheering for her with her challenges with the judge, her past, and her own home life. Dan & Libby deliver the poetry of the play with the precision of wizards who know their spells well. And we were caught in that spell." --Ian Byington, San Jaun Island Update
Professions/skills: Voice Talent;Stage Combatant;Actor