Lucie’s recent work includes the brand new production of Frank Wildhorn’s Wonderland, The Toxic Avenger which played Edinburgh Festival and is currently playing the Arts Theatre London as well as the stage adaptation of the favourite children’s book, Guess How Much I Love You playing the Far East and the UK.
With work spanning television, film and theatre, Lucie’s work includes BBC’s Goodness Gracious Me reunion show for the BBC, Hat Trick Production’s Horrible Science, Lion Television’s Horrible Histories, Series 7 and a major British feature film, Florence Foster Jenkins, starring Hugh Grant and Meryl Streep. Lucie also worked on the feature film, The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society set for release in 2018.
Some of Lucie’s theatre work includes Holy Crap (Kings Head Theatre); How to Succeed in Business without Really Trying (Wilton’s Musical Hall), Guess How Much I Love You (Greenwich Theatre), The Royale (The Bush theatre) Shock Treatment, Children of Eden (Union Theatre Southwark), and The Toxic Avenger (Southwark Playhouse).
As well as this, Lucie choreographed Sweet Charity for the National Youth Music Theatre directed by Lotte Wakeman followed by the Sam Shepard play The Late Henry Moss at The Southwark Playhouse directed by Mel Hillyard and The Silver Sword’, a musical play conceived and directed by Susie McKenna which opened at the Belgrade Theatre, Coventry before a short UK Tour. Lucie finished off 2015 by working on Catherine Tate’s Christmas Nan Special for the BBC.
Lucie will begin work on the Peter Pan Musical for Sell A Door Worldwide playing the Blackpool Winter Garden Theatre this Christmas.