Height: 5’6″ | Hair color: Golden Brown | Eyes: Blue
Luscinda Dickey is a stage and film actress performing out of Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Additionally, she is a gifted playwright and writer. She was born to Landscape Architect Luke Dickey and Artist, Designer, and Marketer Carrie Leigh Dickey.
When she was four, her mother was hired as a freelancer to design show logos for The Little Theatre of Winston-Salem. Luscinda immediately fell in love with the stage and the art of performance! She made her theatre debut as Dora Bailey in Singin’ in the Rain, Jr. with Spring Theatre. Favorite credits include: Alice,The Secret Garden, and the 2019 tour of The North Pole Cenntennial Holly Jolliday Christmas Yule-A-Palooza! where she created the role of The Wistful Witch of Winter/Bunny. In 2020 she made her screen debut as she portrayed the insane aristocrat Leisel VanLoon in the full length feature film Lock-In.
Luscinda is a journalist and has published a series of reports titled Theatrical Thoughts on the Triad of North Carolina’s theatre scene.
Her current written work is a two act play titled The Suitcase. The Suitcase is a period piece set in 1944 telling the story of ambitious playwright, April Ellis and her search for the perfect—and slightly surprising—story. The play was workshopped in 2021.