About

J.Lois Diamond is a playwright, poet and performer. She is a member of Polaris North and  The Dramatists Guild, where she recently studied  with Tina Howe. She has been a featured poet at The Cornelia St. Cafe.Her full length, one-act, and ten-minute plays have been performed at various off-off Broadway venues, including Theater for the New City, The West Bank Cafe and The Hudson Guild.  Her work has been  produced regionally and  as part of The InspiraTO Festival in Toronto.  Her play “Hello Ocean” had a reading at The 2018 Inge Theater Festival.Her play “Growl” was presented at The 2019 Downtown Urban Arts Festival  at The Wild Project, and  at Theatre Odyssey’s One Act Festival in Sarasota, Florida, where it was awarded runner-up for best play. Her play “Slicing an Onion” will be presented at The International Human Rights Art Festival at The Wild Project in NY on December 10.

Read the write up about her production of Growl at Theatre Odyssey, Sarasota

https://www.yourobserver.com/article/close-to-the-edge

Read her interview with NOPlays Theatre’s Natalie Osborne

https://noplays.com/?s=j.lois+diamond

Read her work on The  New Play Exchange

https://newplayexchange.org/users/20210/jlois-diamond

 

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Her Full Length plays:
 
 
The Rosy Cave
On the Road to Holeness
Indira
 
 
         One Act Plays include:
         Hello Ocean
         Growl
         Dust
         Clare
         Just for Today
         Vulcanic Surrender
         Purdah
         In Alabama
 
 
 
                   Ten minute plays include:
                  The Undercurrent
                  The Quiet Car
                   Mountain Dew
                   A Siri-Ous Situation
                   Palak Paneer
                   On the Turnpike
                   The Pet Sitters
                   Pick and Prick
                   Fright or Flight
                   Tit for TSA-T
 
           Check out her work on the New Play Exchange

https://www.duafnyc.com/theater

https://www.broadwayworld.com/off-off-broadway/article/Downton-Urban-Arts-Festival-Announces-Finalists-For-2019-Season-20181130