1919-1922 – Orlova had been studying in the Moscow conservatory, a class of grand piano, but she didn’t graduate from it because of the absence of money.
1922-1925 – Orlova had been studying at a ballet faculty of the Moscow Theatrical Technical Secondary School (another name – High Ballet School).
1922-1925 – she was being tutored at home in dramatic art by Teleshova, E., a director of the Moscow Art Theatre .
1920-1926 – she had been accompaning silent movies on the piano in Moscow cinemas Union , Ars, Great Silent and Orpheum. Later on she had been providing concert entertainment before movie displaying at the cinema Ars.
1926-1933 – She had become a member of a mixed chorus and, later on, a soloist of the Musical Theatre under the direction of Vladimir Nemirovitch-Danchenko.
Lyubov Orlova had entered the mixed chorus of the Musical Theatre under the direction of Vladimir Nemirovitch-Danchenko, as a member, after graduating from the Moscow Theatrical Technical Secondary School in 1926.
Lead roles at the Musical Theatre under the direction of Vladimir Nemirovitch-Danchenko:
Perichola in the operetta by Jacques Offenbach «La Perichola».
Hersilie in the operetta by Charles Lecocq «Madame Ango’s Daughter» (“La Fille de Madame Angot”).
Serpolette in the operetta by Robert Planquette «Corneville’s Bells» (“ Les Cloches de Corneville”).
Georgette in the operetta by Jacques Ibert «Italian Straw Hat» (“Un Chapeau de Paille d'Italie”).
1926-1930 – She was married to Andrei Berzin (1893-1947/8 гг.), Deputy Head of the State Commissariat of Agriculture. In 1930 Andrei Berzin was arrested by GPU in connection with a trumped-up case of a Labor Peasant Party. В 1938 г. he was re-arrested and was sent into a concentration camp of GULAG.
1932-1933 – She had a common-law marriage with a German/Austrian entrepreneur. The more accurate information on him is absent.