Lucia Frangione is an award-winning internationally produced actor, playwright and novelist from Vancouver.
Some of her favourite roles include: The Countess in All’s Well that Ends Well, Bard on the Beach, Annie in Misery, The Arts Club, Estelle in No Exit, The Electric Company, and Rosa in Espresso, The Belfry.
She has written over thirty plays and is publishing her first novel, Grazie, this year. Some of her plays include: In a Blue Moon, The Arts Club, Paradise Garden, The Stanley Theatre, Leave of Absence, New Curtain Theatre, Chickens, Chemainus Theatre.
She has won the Gordon Armstrong award twice, the Sydney Risk award, the Jessie Richardson award for outstanding actor in a leading role and the CAEA Stage West award.
Lucia is passionate about creating and embodying the lives of women whose stories are remarkable and whose voices are often unheard. She is thrilled to be a part of the Invisible Women podcast.