Interviews, reviews, and features
The following is a selection of press breaks from over the years. Check out my portfolio to find more quotes and reviews for specific productions.
Brendan Bradley interviewed me about how I adapted several solo works to the virtual stage on his podcast The Fifth Wall Forum. He brings together industry insiders from the theater and technology worlds to discuss how they are coming together to create and develop the live performance XR industry. Listen here.
Ann James and Carly D. Weckstein interviewed me about directing practice and advocating for disability justice in the theater for their podcast Intimacy Choreography in Conversation. The show is about shifting performing arts spaces towards a culture of consent and I am 100% here for that! Listen here.
Features + Invterviews
Award-winning journalist Nic Cha Kim did a TV segment on the virtual adaptation of my play Blood/Sugar for SpectrumNews1 titled "Theater Artist Creates Virtual Show To Understand Diabetes." Watch here
KPCC's beloved reporter and on-air personality Steve Julian was a dear friend and an ardent supporter of my work so when I created ARTmageddon as an artistic response to L.A.'s 2nd Carmageddon in 2012, he put me in front of a microphone in his studio to talk about it. Listen here
noho arts district, December 1, 2020
[Review] Caltech presents: “Blood/Sugar”
Broadway World, November 7, 2020
[Interview] Diana Wyenn on Her Very Personal Journey ...
Los Angeles Times, November 1, 2020
[Review] 'Kristina Wong for Public Office' gets his vote
San Francisco Classical Voice, March 6, 2018
[Review] A Strangely Wonderful Trip to the Moon From Disney Hall
American Theatre, January 2015
L.A. Theatres Have 99-Seat Problems, but Bitching Ain't One
HowlRound, October 2014
Artist Unions, Labor, and Family Traditions
Jewish Journal, October 2013
‘The Interview’ explores dystopian world of parenting
@ThisStage, October 2012
Yes, Some Alternative Theaters Offer Day Jobs
Los Angeles Times, August 28, 2012
Los Angeles artists unite to put an arts spin on Carmageddon 2
KCRW's Which Way LA, September 2012
[Interview] Is LA Too Complacent about Carmageddon 2?
KPCC, September 2012
[Interview] ARTmageddon: Discovering your neighborhood art scene in Los Angeles
Fast Company, October 2012
In L.A., A Freeway’s Closure Prompts A Celebration Of Neighborhood Culture