Theatre that reveals the hidden

Greek: ἀποκάλυψις | 'to reveal / uncover'


stories that respond to now
building a broad community of ambitious and fierce artists

giving great work a professional platform



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Dino Dimitriadis is a director, creative producer and curator of live live performance and live art events. His specific interest include: new work; Queer work; site-responsive and multi-disciplinary work. He is Artistic Director and Executive Producer of Apocalypse Theatre Company, which he founded in 2009. The company is also committed to the development of new work and to giving voice to artists from broad experiences and points of view.

For Apocalypse, Dino recently directed a critically-acclaimed production of Tony Kushner’s Angels in America Parts I & II, All My Sleep and Waking and a queer reading of Mary Zimmerman’s Metamorphoses for the 40th Anniversary of Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras. His other recent directing credits include The Girl / The Woman for National Theatre of Parramatta, Doubt: A Parable at the Old Fitzroy Theatre, Construction of the Human HeartCloser and Danny and the Deep Blue Sea. Dino created and produced Apocalypse's rapid-response series ASYLUM that featured new work by 24 Australian playwrights – a creative response to Australia’s Asylum Seeker policy. As producer, he recently produced Permission to Spin at the Old Fitz, Little Borders at the Old 505 Theatre and The Shadow Box at the Old Fitz Theatre in association with Red Line Productions.

In 2015, Dino produced The Dapto Chaser for Griffin Independent. The production went on to tour to Hothouse Theatre and Wagga Wagga in 2016 in association with Critical Stages and toured to Glen Street Theatre and regional NSW in September 2017. In 2018 The Dapto Chaser film launched in association with ANT Live and screened nationally. His passion for creating avenues for Queer artists has seen him curate a number of queer art events. In 2016, Dino curated and produced the Queer Thinking program for Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras and was a contributing curator and moderator in 2018. Committed to the development of artists and of new work, Dino has worked on the development of new plays for Playwriting Australia (as a director, dramaturg and assessor) and founded the Rapid Reads emerging playwrights Festival now in its third year. He has curated arts events for local government, including the Site and Sound Series. His commitment to new work also saw him appointed as Publicist for Griffin Theatre Company 2016 - 2018 – Australia’s leading home for new Australian stage writing. Dino was also Festival Producer for Sydney Fringe 2014 - 2018 inclusive.

He is currently directing Lady Tabouli for Batch Festival at Griffin Theatre Company and will then direct Omar and Dawn at KXT.



Charlie Murphy is the Associate Producer of Apocalypse Theatre Company. She was an Associate Producer for the 40th anniversary of Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras, producing the 2-day symposium Queer Thinking, as well as Queer Art After Hours in co-production with the Art Gallery of New South Wales. In 2017 and 2018 Charlie was the Artist and Venue Coordinator for Sydney Fringe as well as the coordinator of the independently produced events in the 2017 Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras.