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Luciana Stecconi

Luciana Stecconi previously designed Witch at the Huntington. Recent regional designs include: Waiting for Godot (Barrington Stage) Anna in the Tropics (Bay Street Theatre), Agatha Christie’s Murder on the Orient Express, and Antonio’s Song (Milwaukee Rep), Macbeth (Merrimack Repertory Theatre), John Proctor is the Villain (Studio Theatre), Private (Mosaic Theatre Company), and A Wind in the Door (The Kennedy Center Theater for Young Audiences).


Luciana Stecconi previously designed Witch at the Huntington. Recent regional designs include: Waiting for Godot (Barrington Stage) Anna in the Tropics (Bay Street Theatre), Agatha Christie’s Murder on the Orient Express, and Antonio’s Song (Milwaukee Rep), Macbeth (Merrimack Repertory Theatre), John Proctor is the Villain (Studio Theatre), Private (Mosaic Theatre Company), and A Wind in the Door (The Kennedy Center Theater for Young Audiences). She has designed for Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company, Round House Theatre, Signature Theatre, Theater J, Everyman Theatre, Olney Theatre, and the Contemporary American Theatre Festival, among others. She is an Assistant Professor in Scenic Design at Emerson College. Luciana holds an MFA in design from Brandeis University and is a member of United Scenic Artists, Local 829, IATSE. lucianastecconi.com