Koula Teo was born in
and migrated to
is a poet, an author, a drama teacher, director and a playwright. She
won many awards and prizes for her accomplishments and has produced
numerous theatrical plays from her own work for Greek audiences in
. Her poetry, novels, articles and plays have been published in
various journals and newspapers and have been produced for radio and
CDRom for Greek schools. Koula has very generously offered her time
voluntarily as a Community Service towards the maintenance of the
Greek language and culture.
Short story "I Kakourga" 1st Prize
Greek Australian League
story To Telefteo Roz" 1st Prize
The Greek Teachers Association of
Play "Her Majesty the Mama" 2nd Prize
1992 Short story "The Gray Suit" 1st Prize
literary competition 1998 The book "Ptyhes Zois" 1s Prize
Angeliadion Foundation, Melbourne
Poem "Yia Ela Na Sou
" 1st Prize
Society of Greek Writers and Arts.
& European Cultural Capital Festival, Saloniki 1997.
in Iraklion Pan Cretian Theatrical Competition 1997 First Prizes in
Directorship and Best Actress, Second Prize for Theatrical
Presentation as a group.
Majesty the Mama" Melbourne 1993,
1996 "Ta Didima" Melbourne 1994 "0 Barba Costas & I
1996. Grant received from Australia Council for the Arts. "Zesto
Kafto ke Pagomeno"
1996 "I Diathiki Tou Antonaki"
1999 "0 Adiorthothos"
Melbourne 2000 "
Sta Keramidia" Melbourne 2002
"Antistrofi Metrisi" Melbourne 2003 School
Teo also wrote, directed and staged one-act plays for Greek Schools
namely: 0 Yitonas, Enestotas, To Tragoudi Tis Yiagias, Wedding, What
Wedding?, To Vasano Tis Vasso, Year 2000, Kane to Kalo and 0
Moutjouris ki o Vromiaris.
"Pavlos Melas" for the Pan Macedonian Dimitria Festival 2001
"Lighting of the Olympic Flame" 2003 "Irea - Olympic
Games for Girls"
Greek Migrant Woman" Book printed in
and carries 8 pages of autobiography
of Koula and her poems.
Zevgari Kaltses" Theatrical Play. Book of 120 pp published by
Dionysos Books Melbourne 1994 second edition published 2003