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With striking versatility in roles from Anita in West Side Story to Fosca in Passion, in plays by John Patrick Shanley to Shakespeare, Diaz has been featured on stages across the country and abroad. After performing Anita in the New York City Ballet’s West Side Story Suites, she was hand-picked by both Jerome Robbins and Arthur Laurents for the National Tour where her breakout performance garnered critical acclaim across the country and internationally, as well as Chicago’s Joseph Jefferson Award and St. Louis’s Kevin Klein Award. Her Broadway credits and cast albums include: Cabaret, Seussical and the revival of The Man of La Mancha, performing opposite Brian Stokes Mitchell. Off-Broadway shows include: tick, tick…BOOM!, Sondheim’s Saturday Night (Second Stage), The Capeman (Public Theater, directed Diane Paulus), and the acclaimed revival of Jacques Brel Is Alive And Well And Living In Paris (Zipper Theatre).

in January 2023 she made her Carnegie Hall debut in concert. Regional highlights include: A Little Night Music (Kennedy Center), Kiss Of The Spider Woman (Signature Theatre), Jen Silverman’s Collective Rage (Woolly Mammoth), Jacques Brel… (Helen Hayes Award), The Threepenny Opera (Helen Hayes nomination), Our Town (Shakespeare Theatre), Measure For Measure (Shakespeare Theatre), Rooms (Helen Hayes Award), Follies (San Francisco Playhouse, Bay Area Critics nomination), Chicago (the Muny, St. Louis Critics Award nomination), On Your Feet (the Muny, St. Louis Critics Award). Film and television credits include Every Little Step, “Oz,” “Law & Order, SVU,” “The Jury,” “Nurse Jackie,” “Damages,” and recurring on “FBI” (CBS) as ‘Detective Cantrell.’

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