Sadly due to the COVID-19 pandemic, theaters, concert halls and other performing arts venues have had to close and either cancel or postpone productions. Please support artists who have lost income by reaching out to your favorite theater companies, artists and studios/teachers. If you’d like to support Dian, she is available for virtual lessons/events. Donations are also accepted via PayPal to firstname.lastname@example.org or Venmo @Dian-Meechai — thank you for your support during these challenging times.
Dance schools and studios have had to close their doors. I’m teaching online, and am thankful for the students who have chosen to continue their lessons online. Your support is very much appreciated during this difficult time. Please use the contact page to set up a lesson or for more information about my “pay-what-you-can” Zoom group adult classes which I’m holding while San Francisco’s shelter-in-place order continues.
Broadway Bares // SF Strips IV — This annual NYC tradition was created 26 years ago by Tony Award winning choreographer, Jerry Mitchell. The SF version partners with both Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS (BCEFA) and REAF. Dian is thrilled to both perform and choreograph again this year! June 16th at DNA Lounge.
Pippin — From the composer of Wicked comes this sexy and dazzling musical parable about the cyclical paths one can take to find fulfillment. Preview on April 5th, runs April 6th to May 5th at the Julia Morgan Theater.
Convergence — Dian is thrilled to join DVDance company’s second season. Catch her in pieces choreographed by Artistic director Dominic V. Duong and guest choreographer Rickey Tripp. October 26th-27th, 7:30pm at Mission City Center for the Performing Arts.
L’Histoire du soldat — Dian plays The Princess in Cal Arte Ensemble’s upcoming production of Stravinsky’s Soldier’s Tale. September 23 at Triton Museum of Art, September 30 at CSMA Tateuchi Hall, October 14 at SFCM Recital Hall (live recording).
I, Too, Sing America! — Dian sings in this production by San Francisco Bay Area Theatre Company. A blend of great works by American artists of color. Conceived by Othello Jefferson. July 27th & 28th at the African American Art and Culture Complex.
The Midnight Circus — Dian is pleased to be a specialty guest act at April Follies’ 2018 Competition evening show. She’ll be performing her gypsy-jazz contortion dance act. April 28th at Just Dance Ballroom.
The Gondoliers — Dian plays the role of Giulia in this joyful Gilbert & Sullivan opera. She is thrilled to make her debut with Lamplighters Music Theatre. Runs February 2-4 at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, Feb 9-11 at the Lesher Center for the Arts and Feb 17-18 at Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts.
South of Market: The Musical v2 — the annual parody that brings together tech professionals and theatre artists from the Bay Area to perform an original musical roasting the year in tech! October 12-22, 2017 at the Marines’ Memorial Theatre.
Broadway Bares SF II — the sexiest fundraising event! This year’s show includes singer Steve Grand, dancers from the touring shows HAMILTON and ROMAN HOLIDAY, and favorite Bay Area dancers. June 18th at DNA Lounge.
The Roar of the Greasepaint, The Smell of the Crowd — this quirky musical is a delightful satire on the way people of different classes treat each other. Catch Dian as The Girl and in the Ensemble. She’s proud to be Dance Captain for this talented cast! May 6-27th at the Exit Theatre.
The Nitey Awards — the annual awards show celebrating excellence in creative content and patron experience in the nightlife industry. Dian is proud to not only perform for the Niteys again but to also choreograph this year’s opening number. February 27th at the SF Armory.
Sweetheart Gala & Auction — Selling out each year, this year’s gala will be transformed into an extravagant vintage circus. Dian performs a solo contortion act to Stardust, setting the 1920s tone of this black-tie event. February 11th at the Maxwell Clubhouse.