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Noah Lucé

Lecturer Noah Lucé
Lecturer in Drama

Noah (he/him/his) has worked as an actor, fight choreographer, director, and teaching artist up and down the West Coast. Most recently he appeared internationally in a new play by Anuvab Pal, Admission (EnActe & Rage Productions), and directed A Midsummer Night's Dream for Shakespeare to Go at UCSC. Locally he has appeared in: Julius Caesar, Chicago (PacRep); The Miracle Worker, Legacy of Light (The Western Stage); and Romeo and Juliet (Santa Cruz Shakespeare). Other selected credits include: The Duchess of Malfi, Much Ado About Nothing, and The Bacchae (GreenStage); Comedy of Errors (Wooden O); Lonestar, Pippin, The Merchant of Venice (Quiet); and Creature (Theater Schmeater).

RESEARCH INTERESTS: Shakespeare, Consent based actor training, Queer theatre, Directing, Fight choreography, and Intimacy education.
Education and Training: 
2008 Certificate of Completion in Actor Training; Pacific Conservatory of the Performing Arts (PCPA)
2011 BFA Acting; Cornish College of the Arts
2017 MA Theatre Arts; University of California, Santa Cruz 
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Virtual or in-person; by appointment only.