An award-winning storyteller, author and theatre artist, Diane’s unique adaptations of traditional tales and original stories have been featured on NPR and at storytelling festivals, coffeehouses, and theatres throughout the country. Her storytelling style, where she fully embodies the various characters and scenes in a tale, bringing each moment alive, has won her the first national ORACLE AWARD for Storytelling Excellence in the Northeast. In reviews of her audio recordings, Publisher's Weekly called Diane “a virtuoso of the spoken word...an entire cast rolled into one!" When accompanied by Celtic harper Margot Chamberlain the performances include a rich variety of songs and music from cultures around the world. For performance descriptions visit: http://livingmyth.com/performances/
Workshops: A professional teller and workshop leader for over thirty years, Diane combines her varied theatre and voice training with her own innovative techniques. This approach to teaching makes her one of the most sought after workshop leaders in the country. For a list of workshop possibilities: http://livingmyth.com/workshops/
Living Myth Events bring together ancient myths and modern landscapes to create new and vital intersections of Myth and Life. The visual symbol for Living Myth is a Turtle flown across the mountains on the wings of Birds. Signifying the importance of keeping the ancient truths and wisdom found in the old mythologies and carrying them with us into this new millennium.