Teresa Love

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Teresa Love, 2008.
Teresa Dayley Love graduated from Brigham Young University in 1991 with a bachelor's degree in theatre and cinematic arts. She is a faculty member in the Theatre and Media Arts Department at BYU.

She has experienced over twenty-five years of directing, writing, producing, and teaching. She is a founding partner of two Los Angeles based TIE companies. Imagination Company, founded with Tom Provenzano, reached over four million in the audience during her tenure as Artistic Director, 1984-2000. Created in 2001 with partners Marie Olson, Chip Bent, and Jere Jon, Open Window Entertainment has produced over 1500 performances.

As an arts educator, Love has consulted, taught, and/or written curriculum for All the Arts for All the Kids, the Children’s Museum of Los Angeles, the Provo Integrated Arts Project, and the USOE. Forty of the plays for young audiences Love has written have been produced.

In 2012 Love directed the BYU Young Company's production of The Legend of Sleepy Hollow. In 2015, she presented at the Theatre in our Schools Conference in Orem, Utah, sponsored by the American Alliance for Theatre and Education (AATE). The same year, she directed BYU's production of Water Sings Blue.

Mother of two children, Love is married to circus variety artist and elementary school teacher, Matthew Love.

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