diana oh in concert

Saturday, August 25 at 8.30p

Diana Oh culminates a week-long residency at AOH with a concert of new and old songs, drawing from her journal entries, {my lingerie play}: Installation #9: THE CONCERT AND CALL TO ARMS!!!!!!!!! (New York Times Critic's Pick), and the beyond.

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"Annie Sprinkle meets Penny Arcade meets Reno meets John Leguizamo in the person of Diana Oh." David Kaufmann, TheaterScene.net 

"There are few things Diana doesn’t have time for these days. Notably, assholes and subtlety." Sarah Holdren, Vulture

Iconoclast, artist Diana Oh, known for her series of provocative street installations that then became in a NY Times Critics' Pick performance at The Rattlestick Playwrights Theater in NYC, comes to Ancram to sing her original soul, pop, rock, punk music from journal entries and the beyond. 

Sleep, Talk & Dream: Audience members are invited to a sleepover on stage with Diana! Limited availability so book your spot today. Light continental breakfast served in the morning. This event is FREE with the purchase of a show ticket. BYOB: Bring your own blanket!

Coming from NYC for the Sleepover?  
Here's what to do:

  1. Take the 5.10 pm Metro North Harlem line train from Grand Central to Wassaic, arriving at Wassaic at 7.49 pm.  (train schedule)
  2. A free Ancram Opera House yellow school bus shuttle will be waiting for you when you arrive in Wassaic.  (It takes about 25 minutes to AOH.)
  3. Show starts at 8.30 pm, and we'll serve a free supper after the show.
  4. Sleep over with Diana at the AOH, and we'll serve a light breakfast in the morning.  
  5. The free shuttle will bring you back to Wassaic station Sunday morning at 9.15 am so you can catch the 10.15 am Metro North train back into the city.

NOTE:  You must reserve a seat on the bus AND reserve for the sleepover.   Both the shuttle bus and sleepover are free with the price of a Diana Oh show ticket.

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Diana Oh is one of Refinery 29’s Top 14 LGBTQ Influencers, the first Queer Korean-American interviewed on Korean Broadcast Radio, and has been interviewed by Bustle on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange about harassment.  A TOW Foundation Playwright-in-Residence with Rattlestick Playwrights Theater, a Venturous Capital Fellow for her street installation performances, a Van Lier Fellow in Acting with the Asian American Arts Alliance, an Elphaba Thropp Fellow, creator of {my lingerie play} (New York Times Critic, Buzzfeed's Best List)The Infinite Love Party (Bushwick Starr, January 2019), 24 Hour Punk (How The Light Gets In, Summer 2018), member of The Public Theater's 2018-2020 Emerging Writers Group, and Williamstown Theatre Festival's 2018 Playwright-in-Residence. Upworthy and The Wall Street Journal call her “Badass." The New York Times calls her “Irreverent.” You can call her "Friend."