BRIEFLY ABOUT THIS FACE:
- How to pronounce the name: Tay-uh Lucks
- She encourages you to follow her the healthy way on Twitter @thealux.
- She slings banjo, ukulele, and guitar riffs.
- She has a loud laugh.
- She pop-arted a painting for the Numero Group.
- She made this short film for Threadless tees.
- She won a Jeff Award for writing some folk tunes.
MORE ABOUT THIS FACE:
ACTOR: Thea Lux got involved in Chicago’s theater community after graduating from Columbia College Chicago. One of the founding members of Chicago’s actively collaborative and Jeff Award winning theater company, The New Colony, she has also studied and/or performed sketch and improvisation at Second City, IO Theater, and The Annoyance. She was a part of such productions as The Annoyance’s 58 – A Comedy About Bike Messengessengering, and Love is Dead: A NecRomantic Musical Comedy that both took home awards at the NYC Fringe Festival. She placed 2nd in the talent competition, Impress These Apes, and recently started doing stand up.
MUSICIAN: Musically, she has worked with and composed for Redmoon Theater, Blewt Productions, played with the indie-pop, goof-rock band Let’s Get Out of This Terrible Sandwich Shop, and continued with rock music with The Nurse Novels. Incidentally, she wrote original incidental music for The New Colony’s production of 11:11 and “That Sordid Little Story.” The Sordid Band’s hipster bluegrass music went on to win a Jeff Award. You can download the album here.
WRITER: A regular contributor to TheSnackPot.com and The Paper Machete, she’ll request you follow her the healthy way on Twitter @thealux. She has written children’s stories for Jellyvision, performs comedic bits for The Kates and Essay Fiesta, and has several original sketch reviews including her one-woman show, “Thea Lux Will Sell Out for Money” under her belt. Her past web comic The Shapes reminds everyone that life isn’t so bad as long as your head isn’t a trapezoid.
PAINTER: She does that too.
FAVORITES: Robots, photo booths, and The Bitter Tears.