Kobi Libii

KOBI LIBII (improviser) New York and regional acting credits include Ohio State Murders (Theater for a New Audience), King Lear, Comedy of Errors (Yale Repertory Theater), The Cenci (Ohio Theater/Hotel Savant) and Angelic Faces (TheaterVision/Playtime). Other credits include the Fringe First award-winning European premiere of Rolin Jones' The Jammer (Edinburgh Fringe Festival) as well as Boiling Pot, a two-actor documentary theater piece about race and identity which Kobi co-wrote, and which has been seen at Yale University, Emerson College and the New York’s Cherry Lane Theater as part of the New York International Fringe Festival. As an improviser, Kobi has appeared all over the country with Yale’s Just Add Water and played to sold-out houses in Los Angeles and Edinburgh as a part of One Night Stand – an improvised musical. He has also improvised opposite Mike McShane of Whose Line Is It Anyway? and guested in Impro Theater’s Sondheim Unscripted. Kobi studied theater at Yale University (BA, Theater Studies) and improvisation at Second City Chicago.