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Diana Shmiana has entertained and edu-tained

at schools and libraries throughout the

San Francisco Bay Area.


At one Library Performers' Showcase, one librarian remarked that Diana Shmiana was his 6 year-old daughter's fave performer. This librarian booked her, of course.


What makes Diana Shmiana a unique asset to your school or library?


  • She performs in English and Spanish

  • Her shows are original

  • You name it, she does it: songs, stories, clowning, puppets, magic & more


Diana's warmth and excitement

show through. Great show!

    - Ann Davis, Head of Children's Services

                  Napa City-County Library, CA

The Book of Wonders
El Libro de las Maravillas

When Diana Shmiana stumbles upon a magic book, she enters an enchanted world of stories, songs, clowning, and other assorted zaniness. Join her reading adventure as she discovers that all you have to do to have fun is to "Look in a Book". A Leer y a Gozar!

The Bag of Surprises | La Bolsa de Sorpresas
The Bag of Surprises
La Bolsa de Sorpresas

A mysterious bag appears, providing Diana Shmiana -- and you the audience -- with loads of laughs, hijinks, and wacky fun. Magic! Songs! Clowning! Stories!

The Bag of Surprises | La Bolsa de Sorpresas
Winter Wonderama
Invierno Increible

Come along with Diana Shmiana on an amazing adventure to the Land of Winter Wonderama, where she discovers there's more to Wintertime than presents!


A heartwarming show that appeals to all children, and a refreshing alternative to the usual holiday fare. Secular and multi-cultural, it highlights universal Wintertime themes of Giving, Light, and Seasonal Changes.

The Bag of Surprises | La Bolsa de Sorpresas
A Tree-mendous Telethon
(English only)

Tune into Diana Shmiana's Tree-mendous Telethon to raise money to save the Fluffaloo Forest. Marvel as a zany cast of characters brings you stories, songs, and all sorts of delightful surprises about nature.


A wonderfully edu-taining show promoting environmental awareness, it's perfect for Earth Day or anytime!

A marvelous performer.

            - Tim Troy, San Francisco

                             Public Library


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