Francesca Hsieh (she/her) is an Asian-American director and theatre maker based in London. An advocate for equity and anti-racism in the arts, her work has been featured in Classical Singer Magazine, American Theatre Magazine, and The Salt Lake Tribune. She adapted and directed Cocaine Triptych, which won Outstanding Live Production at Great Salt Lake Fringe Festival. Her recent credits include Assistant Director on Headlong's A Play for the Living in a Time of Extinction, directed by Katie Mitchell, and Assistant Director on Vanya, directed by Sam Yates. She has her MA in Theatre Directing from Royal Holloway, University of London and her BFA in Musical Theatre Performance from the University of Utah.