Diane DiVita is a Production Stage Manager and a Lecturer in Stage Management at Yale School of Drama. Most recent Broadway credits include Eclipsed on Broadway, directed by Liesl Tommy, Elephant Man with Bradley Cooper and Airline Highway. This fall, Diane will be back at the Public Theater working on Tiny Beautiful Things with Tommy Kail who had directed Hamilton, and in the winter she will be working with Liesl Tommy once again, doing a new John Kander musical, Kid Victory, at the Vineyard Theater. She worked on The Commons of Pensacola, directed by Lynne Meadow, starring Blythe Danner and Sarah Jessica Parker at Manhattan Theatre Club. Broadway credits include: The Trip to Bountiful, directed by Michael Wilson; Dogfight, directed by Joe Mantello; Lombardi, directed by Thomas Kail; Hamlet with Jude Law; Impressionism, directed by Jack O’Brien; Tom Stoppard’s The Coast of Utopia, directed by Jack O’Brien; Absurd Person Singular; August Wilson’s Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom and King Hedley II; The Sound of Music; Dream; Drowning Crow; How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying; and Arthur Miller’s Broken Glass. Other Off-Broadway credits include; The Paris Letter, starring John Glover and Ron Rifkin, directed by Doug Hughes (Roundabout Theatre); Mr. and Mrs. Fitch starring John Lithgow and Jennifer Ehle, Good Boys and True (both directed by Scott Ellis); Anna Deavere Smith’s newest one-woman show Let Me Down Easy, and Entertaining Mr. Sloane with Alec Baldwin, directed by Scott Ellis (all at Second Stage Theatre). Other work includes productions at Manhattan Theatre Club, Manhattan Class Company, and Westport Country Playhouse. Diane has also had the good fortune to stage manage a State Department tour of the Acting Company through Eastern Europe and worked with Arvin Brown in China.