Meet Diana Oh

Diana Oh

Diana Oh performs for All Together Now on June 25th.

Diana Oh is an Actor, Singer-Songwriter and Theatremaker, She is a Radical Diva Finalist and the Creator and Performer of the internationally acclaimed {my lingerie play}: 10 Underground Performance Installations in my lingerie staged in an effort to provide a saner, safer, more respectful world for women to live in featured in People Magazine, The Huffington Post, Upworthy and Marie Claire Netherlands. Her {my lingerie play} installation series culminates into an 80 minute concert-play of her own lingerie collection and her original music titled {my lingerie play}: Installation 9/10: THE FINAL INSTALLATION. She’s been featured in People and Upworthy calls her “badass.” As a singer/songwriter that performs internationally, she has two other solo concert-plays: Diana Oh is GOING ROGUE and the rock show, The Sister Rosettas (both with terraNOVA Collective). She will next be seen in Cherry’s Lane’s Mentor Project for Christopher Gabriel Nunez’s The Surgeon and Her Daughters mentored by Rajiv Joseph and Baby No More Times at The Knitting Factory. Other acting credits include Chimerica (Studio Theatre D.C., U.S. Premiere), How to be Single (New Line Cinema), On Sex and Love (BBC), Hey Yun (Wifey TV, Janet Mock NBC feature), Magic Trick (HERE), Judith Malina’s History of the World (The Living Theatre), Rob Askins’ PS Jones… (terraNOVA), Metro Cards (Ensemble Studio Theatre), The Foreplay Play, Mrs. Mayfields… (Caps Lock), Frankenstein Upstairs (Gideon Productions, NYIT Nomination for Outstanding Actress), Donkey Punch (Ivy Theatre, NYIT Nomination for Outstanding Actress) Me and Lizzie (Film Treason), New York is Dead (Better Werk). MFA, NYU Musical Theatre Writing (Thropp Fellow). Smith, NTI, and LAMDA alum. A NYTN Person of the Year, Radical Diva Finalist, Ensemble Studio Theatre’s Last Call committee member and band member of the U.S. Open with Shawn Randall, Bobby Moreno, Steve Boyer, Jeff Biehl, and William Jackson Harper.

Q&A with Diana Oh:

Q: What do you want the audience to get out of this show?

A: “Damn, I feel good–so good that I could eat a car right now.” That’s how it felt like when I first fell in love–I felt like I could eat a car.

Q: Tell us about a mentor or idol who has affected your work.
A: Kathleen Hanna gives no fucks if you don’t agree with her but she wants you to get out of her way–I like that.

Q: What’s your favorite thing about the Boston art scene?
A: Boston is where I did my best nights out dancing to live music. My best friend from college and my first ex is from there — Boston = a lot of life for me.

Artist quote: “Over time, one thing I’ve learned about myself as an artist is: when you’re the best version of yourself, it helps other people be the best version of themselves.”