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Darci Fulcher

Darci Fulcher is an actor, deviser, movement coach, director, and professor. She is currently a company member of Goat in the Road Productions, a New Orleans-based performance ensemble dedicated to the production of original and invigorating new works of theatre, dance, performance art, and educational programming. GRP Credits: Foreign to Myself, Uncle Vanya: Quarter Life Crisis, Distance of Sound, and Haydn Seek. Foreign to Myself was recently featured in American Theatre Magazine, August 2017. Before moving to New Orleans, Darci spent four years living in New York City, where she taught, performed, and produced theatre off-Broadway for Epic Theatre Ensemble. Her original work has been accepted by the Madlab Series as part of the Mad River Festival in Blue Lake California, the Fury Factory Festival in San Francisco, and the Fertile Ground Festival in Portland, Oregon, for her original play La Fenetre. Darci teaches at Tulane University and New Orleans Center for the Creative Arts introducing students to clown, mask, movement, and physical theatre. She holds an MFA in Ensemble-Based Physical Theatre from Dell’Arte International School of Physical Theatre 2014, and a BA in Theatre and BS in Business Management from Fairfield University, 2007.

Ten Things I Can’t Do Without

  1. Cooking meals for my friends and family
  2. Deep conversations about the mysteries of the universe
  3. My meditation, yoga, and handstand practice
  4. My Frye boots and my bike
  5. Lip balm and sunscreen
  6. My plants and my bathtub
  7. Theatre and film projects
  8. My Goat in the Road family
  9. Live music and dancing
  10. Swimming in natural bodies of water . . . preferably naked

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