August 13, 2022 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm 47 South Oak Street Ventura, CA 93001

Saturday, August 13 at 7pm

An hour long, searingly innovative and comedic take on an oft-told story, DI LADY DI eschews the fairytale glamor of the People’s Princess to illuminate her struggles in a dysfunctional family and paternalistic society. Under pressure to sacrifice self and conform to oppressive external demands, Lady Di bravely relinquishes illusory dreams to emerge from her crucible-chrysalis as an empowered woman of influence, transcending celebrity and transforming the monarchy. Through beautiful, multi-layered harmonies and incisive lyrics, DI LADY DI celebrates the transformative possibilities of finding humor in the darkness, overcoming familial trauma, and the ineffable power of a woman’s intuition. Follow along @diladydi_themusical

This production is made possible by the Penley-Thomas Fellowship.

WINNER- BEST OF THE FRINGE – TVO AWARDS
WINNER- BEST MUSICAL – HOLLYWOOD FRINGE FESTIVAL 2022
NOMINEE – TOP OF THE FRINGE – HFF22
NOMINEE – BEST WORLD PREMIERE – HFF22
NOMINEE – INTERNATIONAL FRINGE ENCORE, SOHO PLAYHOUSE – HFF22


Book / Lyrics / Music by Charlotte Boyce Munson
Charlotte is an LA based artist with professional credits spanning across the country, including Santa Cruz Shakespeare, Coachella Valley Repertory, Salt Lake Acting Co, Skylight Theater Collective, Cape May Playhouse, Musical Theatre of CT, Clarence Brown Theatre, Vermont Stage, Saint Michael’s Playhouse, Lost Nation Theatre, New London Barn Playhouse, BigFork Summer Playhouse, and Pacific Opera Project. As a playwright, her work has been produced in LA and NYC. Winner of the Blank Theatre’s national Young Playwrights Festival and BEST MUSICAL at Hollywood Fringe Festival ’22. Emerson College-BFA Musical Theatre. UTK- MFA Acting. IG: @charlights www.charlottemunson.com

Music / Orchestrations by Dr. Richard Munson
Richard Munson has performed his music with his ensemble in New York at Carnegie Hall, P.S. 122, the Mudd Club, and across Europe. His dance works have been performed at The Kitchen, Dance Theater Workshop, and the American Dance Festival.