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Roslyn is an award-winning theatremaker best known for her pioneering work in the field of headphone-verbatim and audio-driven performance projects. Her work has been commissioned by Malthouse Theatre, Melbourne Festival, Sydney Festival, Belvoir, Urban Theatre Projects, Windmill Theatre, Vitalstatistix, Hot House and Festival 18 on the Gold Coast. Her original works for stage include: Hello, Goodbye & Happy Birthday, I’m Your Man, In a Deep Dark Forest, Creation Creation, Cutaway–A Portrait, At the Hip, Stories of Love & Hate and Fast Cars & Tractor Engines. Her productions have toured nationally with Performing Lines and I’m Your Man was adapted into an online interactive documentary by SBS TV. Hello, Goodbye & Happy Birthday received the 2014 Green Room Award for Outstanding Writing for the Australian Stage and was shortlisted for the NSW Premiere’s Literary Award. Her productions have been nominated for two Helpmann Awards and in 2019 Roslyn received the Green Room Award for Technical Achievement in Theatre.
Since 2017 Roslyn has been working on a new series of place-based projects, including: Cell 26, an audio work designed for a prison cell, Sea Stories, an audio work designed to synchronise with sunrise over the ocean, and The Nightline, an underground club for insomniacs which utilises 40 rewired rotary telephones in an abandoned building. When not creating theatre, Roslyn enjoys working as a dramaturg, mentor and lecturer in the field of documentary performance. She can also be heard as a character voice actor on many of Australia’s most loved homegrown animated TV series.