Daniela Giorgi is a writer, theatre producer and civic educator.
She has had poetry and short stories published in Prayers of a Secular World, Inkerman & Blunt; Blue Crow Magazine, Blue Crow Press; Knitting and other stories, Margaret River Press and Radio National’s 360 documentaries.
Her debut play, Talc, was produced in 2010. Her short play, Sicilian Biscotti, was produced for the launch of “Women Power and Culture” at New Theatre in 2011 and shortlisted for the Lane Cove Literary Award in 2015.
Her second full length play, Friday, was produced by SITCO at the Old Fitz in 2013. The Poor Kitchen was produced in 2016 as part of the Old 505’s Fresh Works Season and was published by the Australian Script Centre in 2017.
She co-wrote Shut Up And Drive with Paul Gilchrist and it was produced at KXT in 2016. Daniela is the co-founder of indie theatre company subtlenuance and also blogs about food, place and time at sagesomethymes.wordpress.com