Jaime Lubin does research and editing with biographers and journalists including Patricia Bosworth (author of New York Times bestseller Jane Fonda: The Private Life of a Public Woman). Her writing has also been featured in The New York Observer, Billboard, and Irish America magazine. A graduate of Barnard College, Jaime designed her own program in History, Theatre, and Performance. Her thesis on the evolution of the 1920s flapper archetype was selected for preservation in the Barnard Archives. Jaime is also an actress and singer whose stage experience has included productions and readings at The Actors Studio, Columbia University, The Ontological-Hysteric Theater, The Tennessee Williams Project, and Under St. Marks. She served as Production Supervisor on Blaire Baron Larsen's The Basket Weaver at the Samuel French Off-Off-Broadway Play Festival. Recently Jaime starred in the World War II drama Apron Strings; she currently studies with Austin Pendleton.