Roshelle Fong is a Hong Kong Australian multidisciplinary artist who wrote, directed and produced the Melbourne Fringe award-winning immersive show nomnomnom (2018) which she adapted in East Iceland, Shanghai and Sydney as part of Kings Cross Hotel’s Vivid programming. In 2020 Roshelle wrote and performed in the live-streamed interactive show Thirsty! for Griffin Theatre’s ‘Griffin Lock-in’ and Google Creative Lab’s ‘Theatre, made for the internet’. She was also in Democracy in Colour’s Create Change Fellowship and co-created an anti-racism card game for schools ‘Zoophobia’. In 2021 Roshelle’s interactive theatre show Poona (Next Wave Festival) co-written with Keziah Warner premieres at the Museum of Chinese Australian History. She is also an alumni of Melbourne Theatre Company’s Women in Theatre Program 2019 and Malthouse Theatre’s Besen Family Artist’s Program 2018.