Based in NYC
She / Her / Hers • Member Since 2019
“Director S.C. Lucier has shaped a heroic, big-hearted, and finely detailed mighty musical fable drenched in clear vision and perfectly executed staging. It’s a tight, well- polished, professional work that speaks of a successful rehearsal period where excellence was aimed for and achieved.” – NY Theatre Guide, HELD, Fringe Festival 2016 S.C. Lucier is an SDC director and a former member of the SCDF Observership Class of emerging directors. Luci is a magna cum laude graduate of Marymount Marymount Manhattan College’s Theatre Directing Program, where she received the department’s Gold Key of Excellence for her work in “innovative storytelling techniques.” She is also a lyricist/book writer and has recently finished a very exciting project with Meghan Rose (composer), premiering this April in Burbank, CA. Directing credits include: Director of "Held: A Musical Fantasy," written by Meghan Rose and Kelly Maxwell, at NY Fringe Festival 2016 and as a Developmental Reading at the New York Musical Festival (NYMF) 2018. Associate Director of Kerrigan-Lowdermilk’s "The Bad Years," the new immersive house party musical (first two iterations). Director of Steve Romagnali’s new play, "Skip to My Lou," premiered at Theater for the New City 2017. Director of multiple Shakespeare in the Parks for Hip to Hip Theatre Company, most recently "A Midsummer Night’s Dream" 2019. Luci has been a collaborator at Jennifer Jancuska’s The Bring About and ASTIR, and was the production manager of her annual show, BC Beat, during its last few seasons. She has designed at the Joyce Theater for Richard’s Move’s "The Show (Achilles Heels)" in which Debbie Harry performed, designed at Lincoln Center’s Clark Studio Theatre, toured on the production team of the Martha Graham Dance Company, and stage managed Cape Dance Festival (Provincetown), among others. She’s also performed at Baryshnikov Arts Center for choreographer Sally Silvers, on roller skates! In her free time, Luci captains one of New York City’s roller derby teams: the Bronx Gridlock (2018 & 2019 NYC Champions) and has also played on the World-Championship roller derby team, Gotham Girls All Stars, for five years. She is currently completing a master’s degree in Theatre and Museology History + Digital Humanities at The Graduate Center (graduating Spring 2020), archiving the life’s work of Sally Silvers (to be accepted at Columbia University Library and New York Public Library), and working as the first Administrator of the future American LGBTQ+ Museum (NYC).
Director, Lyricist and Book Writer
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