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Making her home on the Gulf Coast in Alabama, Diane has played at some of ore’s finest establishments such as in San Destin, Florida at the San Destin Resort and ConferenceCenter, Florabama as well as numerous private engagements and weddings. She also performed for the 2002 and 2003 Alabama Gulf Coast Chamber of Commerce National Shrimp Festival. Other Alabama and Eastern Shore appearances include Kiva Dunes, Beach Club, Guy's Gumbo, Oleander Resort, Marriott Grand Hotel, Legions Club, Theater 98 and more...Diane has produced several youth theatrical productions, was a guest on channel 44 Mobile's "Cover Stories" hosted by Nona Simmons. Diane has written several plays, published an environmental skit for the City of Mobile's "Keep Mobile Beautiful" organization and is writing a children's book "Fred & Felix" and an environmental play for children.
Diane was selected U.S.A. Artist in Residence to the Republic of Benin, West Africa and invited to Durban and Johannesburg in 2005 as a result of being nominated by the International Music Organization KORA. The State of Alabama passed two Resolutions signed by the Honorable Bob Riley, Governor of Alabama, recognizing Ms. Cameron’s theatrical and musical work with children Diane is a free-lance journalist and writes a monthly column for Mobile based Steppin Out Magazine. Her fiction and non-fiction writings have been published on several websites and she is currently writing for 4 web based Arts & Entertainment Magazines.
Her original musical “WATER – WHEN KATRINA CAME” was written prior to working with the 2007 PFC Howard Johnson II Summer Enrichment Camp. Once Ms. Cameron came on board July 2007 as the Camp Theater Director, her play became a vehicle helping victims cope with the loss and displacement from the hurricane’s aftermath. The play served as a perfect pilot for the camp as a support mechanism for the 200 + campers enrolled in the 5-week program at Truevine in Mobile. The camp was made possible by the American Red Cross National to provide cultural, educational, and emotional assistance to those young people who have been impacted by Hurricane Katrina, Ivan and Rita.