A WIND IN THE DOOR, by Madeleine L’Engle, adapted by Jacqueline Goldfinger, directed by Nicole A. Watson, The Kennedy Center Theater for Young Audiences, Washington DC, September 2021 - World Premiere
WITCH, by Jen Silverman, directed by Rebecca Bradshaw, Huntington Theatre Company, Boston MA, October 2021
25th ANNUAL PUTMAN COUNTY SPELLING BEE, music and lyrics by William Finn, book by Rachel Sheinkin, Director TBD, New Repertory Theatre, Watertown MA, November 2021
ANTONIO’S SONG, by Dael Orlandersmith and Antonio Suarez, directed by Mark Clements, Milwaukee Rep, Milwaukee, WI, January 2022
JOHN PROCTOR IS THE VILLAIN, by Kimberly Bellflower, directed by Marti Lyons, Studio Theatre, Washington DC, April 2022 - Rolling World Premiere
AGATHA CHRISTIE'S MURDER IN THE ORIENT EXPRESS, adapted by Ken Ludwig, directed by Annika Boras, Milwaukee Repertory Theatre, Milwaukee WI, June 2022
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PRAGUE QUADRENNIAL PECHAKUCHA NIGHTS
Luciana Stecconi was selected to present her portfolio work at the 2011 Prague Quadrennial PechaKucha Nights. This event took place on June 16th in Prague as part of the Prague Quadrennial of Performance Design and Space.
OUTSTANDING EMERGING ARTIST AWARD
Luciana Stecconi was recently the winner of the 2010 OUTSTANDING EMERGING ARTIST AWARD during the 25th Annual Mayor’s Arts Awards Ceremony in Washington, D.C. The Mayor’s Arts Awards is the highest honor conferred by the District of Columbia in recognition of artistic excellence and service among artists, arts organizations, and arts patrons in the city. Selected from 117 eligible nominees, and a finalist in this category with other 5 extraordinary artists in visual arts, music and dance, Luciana was recognized as a promising individual artist that have demonstrated artistic excellence and achieved distinction in an artistic discipline. Finalists were chosen by the Mayor’s Arts Awards Advisory Jury comprised of prominent members of the District’s arts community with expertise in dance, music, theatre, literary arts, visual arts and arts education.