Roslyn Oades is an award-winning writer/director best known for her innovative work in the field of headphone-verbatim and audio-driven performance projects. Most recently she’s been working on a new series of place-based audio experiences including: The Nightline, Sea Stories & Cell 26. Her original works for theatre include: Hello, Goodbye & Happy Birthday (Malthouse/Melbourne Festival), I’m Your Man (Belvoir/Sydney Festival), Stories of Love & Hate (Urban Theatre Projects/STC), Fast Cars & Tractor Engines (UTP/BYDS), Cutaway–A Portrait (Vitalstatistix), At the Hip (HotHouse Theatre) and the immersive work for children In A Deep Dark Forest (The Inhabitors). Hello, Goodbye & Happy Birthday received the 2014 Green Room Award for outstanding writing for the Australian Stage. Her productions have also been shortlisted for the NSW Premiere’s Literary Award, Sydney Theatre Awards, 2 Helpmann Awards and an AWGIE Award. I'm Your Man was recently adapted by SBS into an online interactive documentary. A trilogy of Roslyn’s headphone-verbatim plays, titled Acts of Courage, is available through Currency Press. When not making theatre, Roslyn works as a voice over artist/performer for hire. More details >>