Duran Lucio

Duran Lucio

Duran Arturo Lucio received his Bachelor's Degree from The University of North Texas. His Theatre degree was specialized in performance and costume construction. Throughout his college career, Duran realized he was interested in all aspects of theatre, but most importantly: playwriting. As a writer, Duran focuses on issues that hit too close to home for him. He challenges himself to write about his...
Duran Arturo Lucio received his Bachelor's Degree from The University of North Texas. His Theatre degree was specialized in performance and costume construction. Throughout his college career, Duran realized he was interested in all aspects of theatre, but most importantly: playwriting. As a writer, Duran focuses on issues that hit too close to home for him. He challenges himself to write about his greatest fears and tribulations. Duran hopes to continue his writing career, unless it's writing about himself, because he does not enjoy writing about himself.

Plays

  • Forever and a Day
    A group of friends gather to say their peace at the loss of a friend, loved one, brother. This play examines what it truly means to move on after loss.
  • Dragón
    Dragón is an all-female, Chicano, drama centered around the Guzman family; Regina, her wife Miranda, and their two daughters Charlie and Laura. With Regina's deteriorating memory, some life-long secrets begin to emerge. The family must now navigate and put out the fires (sometimes literal) Alzeimer's disease has brought upon their once semi-peaceful family.
  • Life in Between
    As Donnie Viviani prepares for his wedding to Michael, his past of promises come to rattle their special day. Weddings are already a stressful day, but when Trey (Donnie's ex) shows up, Donnie must look back on his life and examine if those special moments he once held onto were indeed special.