Lucie Tiberghien Biography

 
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Lucie Tiberghien (Moli re in the Park Founding Artistic Director) is a French and American theater director, and a translator, based in Brooklyn, NY. She was raised just outside Geneva where at an early age she began her career as a dancer (Grand Th tre de Gen ve). She then moved to Paris after ... (read more)
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Bio:
Lucie Tiberghien (Moli re in the Park Founding Artistic Director) is a French and American theater director, and a translator, based in Brooklyn, NY. She was raised just outside Geneva where at an early age she began her career as a dancer (Grand Th tre de Gen ve). She then moved to Paris after ... (read more)

Lucie Tiberghien (Moli re in the Park Founding Artistic Director) is a French and American theater director, and a translator, based in Brooklyn, NY. She was raised just outside Geneva where at an early age she began her career as a dancer (Grand Th tre de Gen ve). She then moved to Paris after high school to further her training in music and dance, and eventually went back to school to study history and political science. After graduating from Geneva Webster University, she moved to New York to pursue a career in directing. Lucie?s New York credits include Daybreak by Joyce Van Dyke (PanAsian Rep on Theater Row), Terminus by Gabriel Jason Dean (NYTW Next Door), The Other Thing by Emily Schwend (Second Stage), Soldier X by Rehana Mirza (Ma-Yi Theater Company), Don?t Go Gentle by Stephen Belber (MCC), Blind and The Pavilion by Craig Wright (Rattlestick Theater Company), Hoodoo Love by Katori Hall (Cherry Lane Theater), A Small Melodramatic Story and Geometry of Fire by Stephen Belber (LAByrinth Theater Company, Rattlestick). Lucie?s regional credits include Queens for a year by TD Mitchell (Hartford Stage), Pen/Man/Ship and The Ashes Under Gait City by Christina Anderson (Portland Playhouse, Contemporary American Theater Festival), Blueprints to Freedom by Michael Benjamin Washington (La Jolla Playhouse, Kansas City Rep), Love in Afghanistan by Charles Randolph Wright (Arena Stage, DC), The Invisible Hand by Ayad Akhtar (Milwaukee Rep), Water by the Spoonful by Quiara Alegria Hudes (Arden Theater), Blood and Gifts by JT Rogers (La Jolla Playhouse), and Great Falls and Flag Day by Lee Blessing (Humana Festival, CATF).