Roslyn Oades & Bob Scott
Roslyn Oades is a Naarm-based theatremaker known for her pioneering work in headphone-verbatim and audio-driven performance. She harbours an ongoing fascination with innovative forms of creative-nonfiction storytelling, and in 2019 received a special Green Room Award for Technical Achievement in acknowledgement of her innovative audio-theatre works. Roslyn’s productions have been commissioned by RISING, Malthouse, Sydney Festival, Belvoir, Utp, Windmill, Vitalstatistix, Hothouse and 2018 Commonwealth Games. Original works for stage include: Hello, Goodbye & Happy Birthday, I’m Your Man, Creation Creation, Stories of Love & Hate, Fast Cars & Tractor Engines, Cutaway – A Portrait and the immersive work for children, In A Deep Dark Forest. Her theatrical audio installations include: Cell 26, an audio work for a prison bed, Sea Stories, an audio work for sunrise and The Nightline an underground listening club for insomniacs commissioned by RISING 2021 and presented at Adelaide Festival, Sydney Festival and Bleach Festival in 2022.
Bob Scott is an internationally-awarded audio engineer, music producer and sound designer with over 20 years experience in music production, immersive mixing, theatre sound design, location recording, broadcast, film and audio consultation in Australia, Europe and Asia. He’s collaborated with Roslyn Oades on many projects including Hello, Goodbye & Happy Birthday, I’m Your Man and Stories of Love & Hate. Other recent works include Sound Design for Sydney Chamber Opera’s Howling Girls, Sound Design for Brett Dean’s Hamlet, audio post for Australian Chamber Opera & Jennifer Peedom’s films Mountain and River, and Johnny Greenwood & Australian Chamber Opera’s Water. Bob is a recipient of various ARIA awards, Greenroom Awards, an Art Music award, a Tokyo Festival International Competition for Theatre award and an Australian Sound Guild Award.