S.C. Lucier

S.C. Lucier

Sr. Associate, Public Programs & Partnerships

S.C. Lucier (they/her) is a recent graduate of CUNY’s Graduate Center, where they studied museum and theater history, exhibition, and digital humanities. “Luci” has had an eclectic career in live events, exhibits and performance: toured on the production team with Martha Graham Dance Company, site managed Louis Vuitton “Volez, Voguez, Voyagez” exhibition (New York City), site managed at Van Wyck & Van Wyck, designed at Joyce Theater for Richard Move’s “The Show (Achilles’ Heels)” with Debbie Harry, procured properties at Lincoln Center’s Clark Studio Theater, and stage managed Cape Dance Festival in Provincetown, among others. Currently, they are archiving the 40-year career of choreographer Sally Silvers to be accepted by NYPL and Columbia University Library.

Luci is an SDC director and graduate of Marymount Manhattan College (Gold Key, Directing ’12): HELD: A Musical Fantasy by Maxwell & Rose at NYC Fringe 2016 and NYMF 2018; Kerrigan-Lowdermilk’s immersive musical, The Bad Years; Jennifer Jancuska’s The BringAbout and BC Beat. Co-writer of queer musical theater (Xena: Warrior Musical, Atalanta: The Long Shot etc) at Lucier&Rose. In her free time, Lucier captains one of New York City’s roller derby teams, The Bronx Gridlock (2018 NYC champions & 2019 undefeated NYC champions) and has also played on the world-championship roller derby team, Gotham All Stars, for five years.