Diana GrisantiCore Apprentices 2011
Diana Grisanti, a Louisville, Kentucky native, is the inaugural recipient of the Marsha Norman Spirit of Achievement Lilly Award. She was a nominee for the Wasserstein Prize and a runner- up for the Kennedy Center’s Paula Vogel Award for her play Semantics. Her short play Post Wave Spectacular was produced in the 2010 Humana Festival, and her musical Richie Farmer Will Have His Revenge on Durham (written with the fabulous composer/lyricist Matt Schatz) was Best of Fest in Austin’s Frontera Fest. Diana received her BA from the University of Iowa and is currently pursuing her MFA in playwriting and fiction at UT Austin’s Michener Center for Writers. Before relocating to Texas, she lived in Cuernavaca, Mexico, where she worked as a teacher and translator.
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