Licia Lucchese was born in Venice where she graduated in stage and costume design at the Accademia di Belle Arti in 1989. In the same year she began working with the production designer and director Ezio Toffolutti as an assistant for various European theaters: Festival of Salisburgo, Opera of Munich, Opera of Amburgo, Opera of Rome, National theatre of Chaillot, Opéra Comique and Opera Garnier in Paris, a collaboration that continues today at the Grand Theatre of Geneve.
At the same time, in 1999, she started her own activity as a stage designer and costume designer working with various theater groups, directors, and theaters.
Among the productions she signed, The bus n.11 for the Opera du Rhin in Colmar and Strassburg under the direction of Maria Cristina Madau, Le storie di Basucco for the association Origamundi in Cagliari, Salomè by Oscar Wilde for the Theatre de l'Onde in Paris.
She also started a collaboration with director Michael Modesto Casarin and the Association Pantakin, specialized in commedia dell'arte, signing the scenes and costumes of various shows including Gozzi's "Il Corvo" for the Theatre Biennale of Venice, which won the first prize, and various performances at Masca Theatre of Bucharest including Gozzi's "Re Cervo", Venexia, and Goldoni's "the Venetian twins". With director Ted Keijser, she signed "Cirk" for the association Pantakin, "I Menecmi" for Plautus Festival Sarsina and "Don Giovanni in carne e legno" for the company Tap Ensemble.