Moniker Management is a niche agency/ management company specializing in representing all forms of individual artistic expression. With over a decade of experience, Moniker founder Diana Coney is an adept arbiter of the ever-changing landscape of the industry.
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MoxieQ BFF Interview with Diana Coney

The multi-hyphenate Diana Coney (aka Gooch) is gatekeeper to some of the leading creative talents in Los Angeles and indeed the world.  As an agent/manager/producer, she currently represents and works with a stable of talent which includes photographers, stylists, videographers and performance artists like Traver Rains, Raja and Austin Young.  Prior to taking on her current role, Diana traveled the world as a producer for iconic photographer David LaChapelle. Over the years the stars she has worked with are too numerous to count and too big to mention. Duane Wells (aka Gertie) pens Moxie Q’s weekly travel blog entitled “Living Wells”. The former Managing Editor of GayWired.com and host of “Here’s The Thing,” an hour-long daily gay travel radio program. Duane is currently traversing the globe seeking out the best in travel as a frequent contributor to a number of travel and lifestyle publications in the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom including Passport, Homefront and Frontiers, as well as other online resources including Advocate.com and GayTravelNews. Where and when did you two meet? Diana: At a mutual friend’s brunch on...

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Provincetown Will Host the First-Ever ‘Drag Camp’ Featuring Some of the World’s Most Famous Queens

Provincetown is often regarded as one of the gayest places on Earth, and this summer the Cape Cod resort town will uphold that reputation by hosting the inaugural installment of “Drag Camp,” a nearly two-week crash course on the ‘ins and outs’ of drag. Best of all, Drag Camp — taking place July 24–Aug. 4 — consists of workshops by the masters themselves, many of whom are the world’s biggest drag names. Among the legends leading the daily workshop classes of Drag Camp are Jinkx Monsoon, Peaches Christ, Raja and notorious tribute vocalist Jimmy James. Drag Camp is coordinated by famed playwright and host of Provincetown’s longest running talent show, Showgirls, Ryan Landry; stylist and owner of Provincetown and Brooklyn boutique House of LaRue, Alan Cancelino; and Diana Coney, manager to some of the most influential names in drag through her company Moniker Management. Jinkx Monsoon and Peaches Christ — both of whom can currently be found in Provincetown for the summer season starring in multiple stage productions — are also producing the big event. Among the programming...

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Moniker Management offers the best in performance art, drag, illusion, comedy, cabaret, celebrity impersonation.  Contact us today!