Lucy Carapetyan feels right at home with Steep, and with fellow new ensemble members Jonathan, Joanie, and Robin, with whom she has worked all over town.
At Steep she has appeared in Breathing Corpses; The Hollowlands; a reading of Simon Stephens' Blindsided; and most recently The Life and Sort of Death of Eric Argyle. Around Chicago she has worked with Steppenwolf (The Crucible; To Kill A Mockingbird, Animal Farm), Lifeline (The Woman in White; Wuthering Heights), Griffin (On The Shore of the Wide World, directed by Jonathan Berry; Stage Door, directed by Robin Witt), Redtwist (Look Back in Anger, directed by Jonathan Berry) Caffeine (The Oxford Roofclimber's Rebellion), Dog & Pony (Roadkill Confidential), The House Theatre (The Magnificents; Rose and the Rime; All the Fame of Lofty Deeds), Theatre Seven (American Storm), The Building Stage (Ring Cycle, directed by Joanie Schultz), and Two Pence (As You Like It).
She is also a company member with and serves as the Director of Education for Two Pence Theatre. She teaches and performs with Actors Gymnasium around Evanston and Chicago. Lucy is a graduate of Northwestern University and is represented by Paonessa Talent.