Diana Wyenn is a Los Angeles-based director, choreographer, and dramaturg who specializes in new works of contemporary theater, opera, and music videos.
Diana has worked with Center Theatre Group, the LA Phil, Lincoln Center, The Walt Disney Company, Barbican, REDCAT, SummerStage, Grand Performances, Chalk Repertory Theatre, Moving Arts, and more. She is also the co-founder of Plain Wood Productions and serves as Artistic Director of TIOH Arts & Culture, where she curates contemporary performance.
Recently, Diana jumped back on stage and screen herself to create and perform BLOOD/SUGAR, an award-winning autobiographical solo performance illuminating and embodying the global diabetes epidemic. She is also the co-deviser and director of KRISTINA WONG FOR PUBLIC OFFIC, which premiered at the Skirball Cultural Center in February 2020 before being transformed into both a 14-city interactive and site-specific zoom tour and a film for Center Theatre Group’s Digital Stage.
Her work has been supported by the California Arts Council, National Arts and Disability Center, Center for Cultural Innovation, and featured in The New York Times, LA Times, American Theatre Magazine, the Daily Beast, Fast Company, and on NPR. Diana received her BFA in Drama from NYU and is a proud associate member of SDC.