2011 Shows

Storytelling Performances and Workshops, 2009-2011

*All venues are local (Washington, D.C.) unless noted.

Mortified Chicago

  • January 2009: “Barbara Walters” (Beat Kitchen, Chicago, Illinois)

Mortified DC

  • November 2010: “The Infamous Post-it Note Incident” (Town Danceboutique)
  • October 2011: “How to be an Adventure Gurl” (Town Danceboutique)

Story League

  • March 2011: “Barbie Sex,” Story League Presents: Sins of Youth (Black Fox Lounge)
  • May 2011: “The Lieber System,” Story League Presents: Sophomore Outing (Black Fox Lounge)
  • August 2011: “Thug Appeal,” Story League Presents: Encore, Encore!” (Black Fox Lounge)
  • September 2011: “The Lieber System,” Story League at Zest Fest (Outdoor event in NoMA)
  • September 2011: “Raggedy Ann,” Story League Story Contest (Busboys & Poets)
  • October 2011: “Mackinac Island,” Halloween Mini-Show and Mixer (Black Fox Lounge)
  • December 2011: “Yes, Darling,” Mini-Show and Mixer (Black Fox Lounge)

Fan-Freaking-Tastic

  • April 2011: “Barbie Sex,” Up to No Good (Chief Ike’s Mambo Room)
  • October 2011: “Shrunken Heads,” Fright Night (Chief Ike’s Mambo Room)

Speakeasy DC

  • November 2011: “The International House of Mancakes,” Solo Performance Showcase (DC Improv)

Orbit Chef

  • December 2011: “Santa, Baby?”, Orbit Chef Presents: Holiday Buffet (DC Arts Center)

Workshop Experience

Story League

  • February 2011: Workshop with “This American Life” producer Jane Marie.

Speakeasy DC

  • September – November 2011: Speakeasy DC Solo Story Performance Workshop
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About Diane

Hey, I'm Diane! I'm a writer and storyteller, currently living in Washington, D.C. From a self-composed how-to guide on being an adventure heroine, to an obsessive college crush on the vaguely-Harrison-Ford-resembling editor of the college newspaper, to sundry forays into erotic, historical fanfiction, my material comes from the tragic yet hilarious place where fangirl obsession meets modern reality. I like thrifting, watching NBC comedies, and getting emotional about fiction.

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