Dino Dimitriadis is an award-winning director and a multidisciplinary creative producer and curator. Their recent credits include Lady Tabouli (National Theatre of Parramatta), De Profundis with Paul Capsis (Red Line), Omar and Dawn (Apocalypse and Green Door) and Angels in America Parts I & II (Red Line and Apocalypse) which received 3 Sydney Theatre Awards. Dino directed a queer reading of Mary Zimmerman's Metamorphoses, which received 4 Sydney Theatre Awards. Other recent credits include All My Sleep and Waking, The Girl / The Woman (NToP), Permission to Spin, Doubt: A Parable and Construction of the Human Heart. Dino launched and curated Apocalypse's rapid-response series ASYLUM that featured new work by 24 Australian playwrights in a creative response to Australia's Asylum Seeker policy. Their recent producing credits include The Dapto Chaser for Griffin Independent and the production's subsequent regional tours as co-producer with Critical Stages, as well as The Dapto Chaser film with ANT Live (screened nationally). Dino has produced extensively for local government, and on numerous festivals including Sydney Fringe and Liveworks Festival of Experimental Art (Performance Space). They have worked for Griffin Theatre Company and Playwriting Australia. Their passion for queer work has seen them work as curator and producer for Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras, and Artistic and Creative Producer for Queer Contemporary at National Art School.