Playing the role of an Apostle

Woman-of-Light-Cast Lucinda McDermottActor, playwright, musician, director, visual artist, teaching artist, and theatre maker hailing from America. Lucinda has performed at The Virginia Rose as May in Fool for Love; Virginia Stage Company as the Flower Lady in A Streetcar Named Desire; Mill Mountain Theatre in The Dream Time, Elvis People, Magic To Do (world premieres), Big River, A Wonderful Life; Roanoke Children’s Theatre in The Secret Life of Girls, and Pinkalicious (the fall). She has toured with Theatre IV and Celebrity Cruises. She has done numerous independent films, TV, commercials, voice overs. Lucinda McDermott wrote O’Keeffe!, a one woman play about the American modern painter Georgia O’Keeffe. O’Keeffe! has had successful runs Off-Broadway at Primary Stages, The William Redfield Theatre, and the Womenkind One Person Show Festival in NYC. Lucinda toured O’Keeffe! throughout the north and south east of the USA, and Bermuda. Other acting credits include Off-off Broadway and cabaret stints including Thou Swell, Thou Witty, Thou Rogers and Hart winner of the MAC award for Best Revue. Several of her plays including O’Keeffe! and Feeding On Mulberry Leaves, are published through Playscripts Inc. Lucinda lives in the New River Valley of Virginia where she and her husband play music as the Americana duo Ball & Chain. She is a member of Actors Equity Association and the Dramatists Guild of America. Lucinda holds a BFA in acting from Va. Commonwealth Univ., and a MFA in Playwriting from the Univ. of Virginia. She studied acting in New York with Michael Moriarty and at HB Studios. Please visit her website,