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Now Appearing as

Andrew Morton/Ensemble


on Netflix & Broadway

Nathan Lucrezio


~Show Info~

DIANA is a brand new musical written by Tony award winners Joe DiPietro and David Bryan. It tells the story of one of the most famous women of our time, Diana Spencer. With incredible direction by Tony award winner Christopher Ashley, choreography by Olivier award winner Kelly Devine, and music supervision/arrangement by Olivier award winner Ian Eisendrath it is THE production to see this "Broadway is Back" season. 

The show centers around Diana (Jeanna de Waal), her

loveless marriage, how she became a beloved Princess, the influence she had, and the scandal of revealing her story. Nathan has had the incredible opportunity to be an actor in this production since its out of town try out at La Jolla Playhouse in San Diego, CA. His triple threat capabilities are at play in every facet of this production as well as playing the featured role of Andrew Morton. Andrew Morton is the author of Diana's controversial book "Diana Her True Story- In Her Own Words". As brought to life by Nathan's song "The Words Came Pouring Out", this upbeat, magnetic tune will have you captivated by its groundbreaking purpose while humming the lyrics for years to come. 

It's a fairy tale, turned tragic legacy, and has all the goods of a Broadway hit, while educating audiences about the incredible 

strength and journey of a woman we thought we knew everything about. 

Buy Tickets Today

See on Broadway:

Watch on Netflix: Premiers Oct. 1st

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~DIANA News~

Catch Nathan and the cast executing this iconic Kelly Devine Choreography to the break out dance number entitled "This Is How Your People Dance."

Watch Tony Award Winner, Judy Kaye, move you to tears with the Queen's song, "An Officer's Wife."

In this Special TV Program, CBS Sunday Morning goes behind the scenes of DIANA and shows the journey this musical has endured. From rehearsals to previews in March of 2020, to the DIANA Netflix Bubble, to the present day, this segment tells you how this anticipated piece of theater has carried on.