DIANNE WILLIAMS - Playwright, activist, singer, performer, and is a Fringe Festival Award winner for her play The Rise and Fall of My Breasts
A native of Massachusetts, Dianne currently lives in Southern California, where she volunteers and makes substantial time and effort contributions on behalf of humanitarian, social and charitable causes.
As a writer Dianne has completed a novel; “Out of the Dark”, as well as a collection of short stories, and plays. Dianne contributes articles to electronic magazines, and is a theatre critic for NoHo Arts District.
Dianne was a contract singer with Soul Unlimited. She toured as a solo artist performing with her own band throughout Southern California and Asia. As an actress she used her multiple talents performing in dramas and musical theatre. Dianne is developing a musical combining her passions of music and writing.
“I am grateful for every day that I am able to be of benefit to mankind, it is an honor to participate in the world of creativity.”
Winter is coming to North Hollywood where Archway Theatre will present “The Winter’s Tale.” What better way is there for theatre lovers to begin the New Year than with a Shakespearean comedy?
Spindle City: The Lizzie Borden Musical is making its World Premiere at Secret Rose Theatre in the NoHo Arts District.
“BILLIE! BACKSTAGE WITH LADY DAY,” the NAACP Award winning show, returns to The Whitefire Theatre. As part of Billie Holiday’s 100th birthday, this is a blazing, white-hot celebration with blues and jazz performances. Presented by Bryan Rasmussen and Synlyn-Ha Productions, this one-woman musical is bold, strong and intimate.
Theatre West’s World Premiere engagement of “The Claw” is a creative, mystery farce, filled with chortles, chuckles and laughs.
Williams Shakespeare’s “The Comedy of Errors” a farce of hysterical magnitude is presented at T.U. Studio Stage by Jamaica Moon Productions & GGC. This comedy has everything; belly dancing citizens, mistaken identity, a death sentence, a father in search for his long lost son(s), a pair of twins, sisters who share affection for the same man, and confused abused servants.
Non-Stop hilarity! “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum” is a musical with music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim and book by Burt Shevelove and Larry Gelbart. The musical's original 1962 Broadway run won several Tony Awards, including Best Musical and Best Author.