INTERVIEW: Dina Panozzo

Dina Panozzo pic by Tash McCammon
Photo credit: Tash McCammon

I had the absolute delight of sitting down with renowned actor Dina Panozzo ahead of STCSA’s premiere of The Gods of Strangers, a new play by Resident Artist Elena Carapetis.

Panozzo is playing Assunta in the play, and I can say with some certainty that she has more life in her pinky toe than I have in my entire body (not an insult but rather a goal to myself to achieve). She was very giving, and told some absolutely cracking stories. Check out the full interview at Glam Adelaide here.

CJ xx

Published by: CJ McLean

CJ McLean is an Adelaide-based screenwriter and reviewer. His work has appeared in InDaily, Buzzcuts, Rip It Up, Glam Adelaide, ABC Radio National, as well as at the Adelaide Fringe and with ATYP. In 2017, his play The River won the State Theatre Company of South Australia’s Young Playwrights Award, and his short film won Best Film at the Adelaide 48-Hour Film Project. He is currently working on a screenplay for a short horror film and a new podcast adaptation of his Honours thesis.

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