Jaime Robledo


Jaime Robledo created the first Watson,earning him a 2011 LA Weekly Award and an Ovation nomination for his direction, 2011 Saturn Award for Best Local Stage Production, and named one of 2010's top rated new plays in Los Angeles by Bitter Lemons. Jaime recently helmed the West Coast Premiere of Edward Einhorn's adaptation of Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep.
His direction of Stoneface: The Rise and Fall and Rise of Buster Keaton also earned him a 2013 LA Weekly Award for Best Director. The show garnered four other awards including Production of the Year. Jaime writes, acts, directs, and produces the Sacred Fools late night serialized sketch comedy show Serial Killers, for which he has written the serials Fresh, Glammer, Black, and Hooverville Serenade. Jaime’s historical comedy The Jazz Age: Tales of the Extra premiered at Sacred Fools during the run of the late night cult-hit show Crime Scene.