Apocalypse - ἀποκάλυψις - 'to reveal the hidden'

APOCALYPSE is a leading professional independent platform for aesthetically-arresting and provocative theatre and live art.

We champion high production values, experimentation and ambitious design and work closely with design collaborators to create layered visual and sonic universes.

We are defined by our artists and back fearless and ambitious ideas and creators. APOCALYPSE is a home for provocateurs, auteurs, misfits, queers, the forgotten, the marginalised, and the storytellers working across art forms. 

APOCALYPSE productions have been nominated for and received a number of Sydney Theatre Awards across design, acting and direction categories.



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Dino Dimitriadis is an award-winning director, creative producer and curator of live performance. For Apocalypse, he recently directed Omar an Dawn, Lady Tabouli (Griffin Theatre), Tony Kushner’s Angels in America Parts I & II and a queer reading of Mary Zimmerman’s Metamorphoses, which was nomianted for 6 and received 4 Sydney Theatre Awards. Other recent credits include All My Sleep and Waking, The Girl / The Woman (National Theatre of Parramatta), Permission to Spin, Doubt: A ParableConstruction of the Human HeartCloser and Danny and the Deep Blue Sea. Dino created Apocalypse's rapid-response series ASYLUM that featured new work by 24 Australian playwrights in a creative response to Australia’s Asylum Seeker policy.

As well as executive producing Apocalypse projects, Dino’s producing credits include: Little Borders, The Shadow Box, Rapid Reads Festivals 2017 - 2019, Sydney Fringe Festival 2014 - 2018 and Site and Sound Arts. In 2015, he produced The Dapto Chaser for Griffin Independent and co-produced the production’s subsequent regional tours in 2016 and 2017 with Critical Stages, as well as The Dapto Chaser film with ANT Live (2018, screened nationally). He has curated extensively for local government and Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras. Committed to the development of artists and supporting new work, Dino has worked for Griffin Theatre Company and Playwriting Australia (as director, script assessor and dramaturg).