Diana Jurand

Last updated

October 6, 2017
 
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Biography

Diana was recently seen as Elizabeth in Taking Steps and Constance in The Three Musketeers at Theatre in the Round. This summer she performed various roles in Paul Bunyan Playhouse's Almost, Maine. Last winter, she was Mercy Lewis in Theater Coup D'Etat's The Crucibe, and she danced and dusted at the James J. Hill House for their Hill House Holiday show. 

An avid theater educator, she has directed and choreographed Fiddler on the Roof, Peter Pan, Shrek, The Wizard of Oz, Seussical, The Music Man, ​Once Upon a Mattress, and Steve Martin's WASP for students in the MSP and Washington DC metro areas. She's assistant directed Craig Johnson on Torch Theater's ​Boeing Boeing and Michael Bigelow Dixon's Sherlock Holmes: The Final Adventure. Diana is SAG-eligible and does print, commercial, and voiceover work with Talent Poole. 

On her native east coast, she was in Table for Three which won its division at the Cannes Film Festival. For more film credits, see her IMDB, or her latest commercial.

Diana loves music, dancing, swimming, painting, cooking, comedies, and tea. 

 

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Résumé

Taking Steps, Elizabeth, Theatre in the Round, Dann Peterson 

 

The Three Musketeers, Constance, Theatre in the Round, Lynn Musgrave

 

Sherlock Holmes: The Final Adventure, Irene Adler, Commonweal Theater, Michael Bigelow Dixon

 

The Crucible, Mercy Lewis, Theater Coup D'etat, Bryan Joyce

 

Almost, Maine, Various, Paul Bunyan Playhouse, Jim Williams

 

Fiddler on the Roof, Ensemble/understudy daughters, Artistry, Michael Gruber

 

H2O, Essential, Gremlin, Ellen Fenster

 

The Tempest, Gonzala, Heartwood Regional Theater, Griff Braley

 

Blithe Spirit, Edith, Commonweal Theater, Craig Johnson

Tigers Be Still, Sherry, Commonweal Theater, Philip Muehe

 

Around the World in 80 Days, Aouda et al, Commonweal Theater, Alan Bailey

 

 

 

 

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