Libby Willoughby is a theatre artist born and raised in Vancouver, BC. Since completing her BFA in Acting at UBC, Libby has been fortunate enough to work with wonderful people and companies in Vancouver. She is currently part of the HIVE performance collective with her theatre company Little Thief Theatre. Her recent credits include In Reaction to Alabama at HIVE 2019 and then again with Pi Theatre, Three Winters (The Cultch), Theory (Rumble Theatre), An Assertive Girl, part of Speakeasy Theatre's Pull Fest VII, Ghosts (United Players), Love, Lust, and Lace (Gas Pedal Productions), and Dry Land (Rumble Theatre).
Libby is part of The National Transformations Project. The Cost of Care discusses the state of mental health care in Canada, and asks audiences to consider how their lives might be improved if cost were not a barrier to receiving that care. Thank you to Joanne Willoughby, Francis Dowlatadabi, Demi Pedersen, and Parmiss Sehat.