Dianne K. Graebner

costume designer   jewelry designer   milliner


The Colony Theatre

Burbank, CA

directed by: David Rose/Peter Colley

set: Stephen Gifford

lights: Luke Moyer

sound: Drew Dalzell

photographer: Michael Lamont

cast featured: Tyler Pierce, Joanna Strapp, Kate Maher, Ron Orbach


"And of course, the Kate Maher’s glamorous femme fatale wouldn’t have been half so successful without Dianne K. Graebner’s slinky costumes."

Leigh Kennicott- Stage Happenings

"The cast is strong. The petite Strapp looks like an antique doll, with her gossamer dress and dreadlock-like do, frightened and ripe for protection - but from whom? Pierce, the husband, with his bespectacled countenance and Chippendale bod, gives just the right enigmatic performance that has us wondering …who is this guy? The gorgeous Maher is the epitome of glamour (costumes by Diane K. Graebner), she's dressed like a model in New York City black, sleek as a cat and the villain incarnate. Or is she? Orbach, as the friendly, old local is a teddy bear of a man, a born raconteur who tipples good humouredly but who also has a few surprises up his denim sleeve."

by: Peter Colley