Personal Bio and Contribution Statement


S.C. Lucier is a director, designer, and production manager of concert dance, theatre, and private events in NYC.  She graduated magna cum laude from Marymount Manhattan College’s Theater Directing program where she received the department’s Gold Key of Excellence for her work in “innovative storytelling techniques,” and was a member of the SCDF Observership Class of emerging directors 2015-2016. “Luci” is currently pursuing an M.A. in New York Studies (History) in the MALS program at The Graduate Center. Favorite directing: Kerrigan-Lowdermilk’s The Bad Years Immersive House-Party Musical, Held: A Musical Fantasy at Fringe Festival NYC and NYMF 2018, multiple Shakespeare with Hip to Hip Theatre Company, Steve Romagnoli’s Skip to My Lou premiere at New City. Favorite design: Achilles’ Heels by Richard Move with Martha Graham Dance Company + Debbie Harry at Joyce Theatre, props for Lincoln Center’s Clark Studio Theater. Favorite site management: Louis Vuitton Museum (NYC). Luci is currently the Administrator of the soon-to-be American LGBTQ+ Museum in Manhattan, the career archivist for the Choreographer Sally Silvers, and a Captain of New York City’s World Championship Roller Derby team. 

Contribution Statement 

In Immigrant Newspapers, I am currently the Project Manager and also in charge of Outreach. I am trying to take as much external work of the project off of the shoulders of my colleagues as possible, so they are more able to handle the digital building and development of the database. I am very much looking forward to learning as much as I can about the tools we will be using in our website development, however, and will be happy to contribute in that area once the large task of research and data gathering has been completed. I’m excited to be setting up relationships with other databases and libraries that we would like to utilize and even visit for this project, especially due to my studies of museum science and my future interest in interactive archival exhibit-building. 

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One Comment

  1. Posted February 26, 2019 at 5:46 pm | Permalink

    Some really impressive stuff here, Luci! Down the line, you can start thinking about what elements of your bio you might like included in the public-facing site for the project. I like how your contribution description accounts for changing phases of the project and moving across different roles. This will be something great to highlight later as we tailor this for the formal bio: project and team support, outreach, and collaboration are just some of the keywords I see coming up here.

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