After graduating from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland in 1998, Rosalind Sydney has worked extensively as a theatre performer and deviser, and most recently as a theatre director and maker.
Directing Credits Include: THERE WERE TWO BROTHERS and SPAIN (Glasgay), UP (by James Ley, nominated for Best Solo Performance Edinburgh Fringe, Stage Awards 2009), WORDS WORDS WORDS (Traverse), FLUID NETWORKS (Allotment, National Theatre Scotland), UP TO SPEED (Imaginate/National Theatre Scotland), HOW TO SING IT (Isobel McArthur/Tron), IF THESE WALLS COULD TALK (Audio Play for Perth Theatre), REMEMBER DECEMBER (Tron), LOW PAY? DON’T PAY! (Glasgow Arts).
Rosalind was staff director on SMALL WONDERS (Punchdrunk) and is Associate Director for THE LOST LENDING LIBRARY (Punchdrunk/Imaginate).