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Antonietta Morgillo Antonietta Morgillo i(A30771 works by)
Born: Established: 1964 Adelaide, South Australia, ;
Gender: Female
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Antonietta Morgillo has worked as an actor/writer/director. She studied Drama at Flinders University, where she gained a Bachelor of Arts ( Hons) degree majoring in Drama, Cinema Studies and Feminism. She founded the Red Shed Company (1987), acted for it and worked as a management committee member. Later she was actor/writer/director and workshop leader for Doppio Teatro. She was a theatre assessor for the Australia Council in 1992. In 1993-4 she completed studies in Video, TV and Screenwriting courses on Open Channel and through the Australian Film, Television and Radio School 's (AFTRS) Industry Program. In 1994 she received a Literature Board Screenwriting Attachment to study at AFTRS in Sydney and attained a Diploma of Screenwriting.

She has lived and worked in Sydney and has written for film and TV and writes screenplay assessments for the Australian Film Commission and BBC Channel 4. In1998 she was Writer-in-Residence for the Riverina Theatre Company. She has been a member of the Australian Writers Guild (AWG) and the International Theatre Institute

Most Referenced Works


  • Author writes in these languages:ENGLISH, ITALIAN

Affiliation Notes

  • Born in SA but moved elsewhere

Awards for Works

Salt Orange The Compromise 1999 single work drama
1999 Australia Council Grants, Awards and Fellowships Literature Board Grants Commissioned to write the play Salt Orange.
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