She is a life coach and a spicy and intuitive collaborator.
She was born to European parents in Montevideo, Uruguay, where she trained in German Expressionism with Inx Bayerthal, herself a pupil of Mary Wigman and Rudolf Bode.
From 1976 to 1980, Diana lived in Brazil, where she was a dancer, actress, choreographer and teacher and, amongst other places, worked at the Palace of the Arts in Belo Horizonte.
On arrival in Paris in 1983 she resumed her university studies, obtaining an MA in Cinema and Theatre. Later she set up her own school of song, dance and theatre in the 15th arrondissement; there she taught alongside Karin Waehner and Marie-Christine Gheorghiu.
Diana has given workshops with Karin Waehner, worked with Niels Arestrup at the Passage School and has been teaching for more than 20 years at the Claude Mathieu School, while continuing with to work as an actress and director.
Abroad, she has been organizing dance theatre workshops in Buenos Aires (Norman Briski Theatre) and Montevideo. In France, she has been doing the same in Paris (6 sessions at the Belleville Theatre to date).
She has been a teacher and director of the Teatro Danza training at Palazzo Caprioli since 2019
Diana took part in Harmònia, the inaugural project of Palazzo Caprioli.
She represented with the ballerina Marie Mangin a philosophy project: “La volontà e il limite. Architettura e danza. Un approccio artistico alla Follia dell’Occidente del pensiero di Severino”.