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Noah Lucé

Lecturer in Drama

Noah Lucé (he/they) is a multi-hyphenate theatre artist working primarily as an actor, director, and intimacy choreographer. Outside of their work on campus he is also an assistant faculty member with Theatrical Intimacy Education and is an Artistic Associate at New Canon Theatre Company.  Most recently his production of Much Ado About Nothing at NCTC was awarded Theatre Production of the Year in Monterey County (2023). Some direction and choreography highlights include: intimacy & fight direction for A Guide for the Homesick at Theatre Rhinoceros (America’s longest running LGBTQIA+ theatre), co-directing and intimacy choreography for NCTC’s Macbeth, associate directing EnActe Arts national tour of The Jungle Book; Rudyard Revised, assistant directing and fight choreography for An Iliad at the Jewel Theatre Company and intimacy directing the world premiere of The Formula; Santa Cruz Shakespeare. As an actor Noah has performed up and down the west coast, most recently appearing in NCTC’s world Premier of Finding Chase by C. Wright. They have also appeared internationally in a new play by Anuvab Pal, Admission (EnActe & Rage Productions). His local credits include: Chicago (PacRep); Noises Off, 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: Consent based actor training, Directing, Intimacy Choreography, Fight choreography, Shakespeare, and Queer Theatre.
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 
2022 MFA Theatre Arts; University of Idaho
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Virtual or in-person; by appointment only.