Diana Tso

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Diana Tso



Diana Tso is a performer, playwright, poet, storyteller. She is a graduate of the University of Toronto with Honors BA in English Literature and of Ecole Internationale de Théâtre de Jacques Lecoq, in Paris, France. She has worked with diverse theatres internationally for over 15 years. Her favorite theatre co-creations/ performances include: Dante’s Inferno and Chekhov Shorts, both with Theatre Smith-Gilmour, and by the way, Miss… with Urge/Theatre Direct, for which she shares the Dora Mavor Award for Outstanding Ensemble Performance. Her Monkey Queen, Journey to the East, premiered at the 2010 Toronto Festival of Storytelling; a one-woman performance creation inspired by the Monkey King stories in Wu Cheng-En’s 16th century Chinese novel, Journey to the West. She’s an artist in community outreach with jumblies theatre. As an artist in schools her program guides youth in finding their own voices and stories through the exploration of Chinese dragon mythology and performing arts www.arts.on.ca photo by Denise Grant

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