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Does Your CV Open Doors?
Led by Casting Director Charlotte Sutton
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£25.00

Date: July 30th
Location: Actors' Guild Hub at Spotlight, 7 Leicester Place, London, WC2H 7RJ
Time: 18.30 - 20.30

Charlotte is currently casting several productions for the 2018 Chichester Festival, where her credits include Quiz (now transferred to the West End), Fiddler on the Roof, The Stepmother and Caroline, or Change (now transferred to Hampstead Theatre and opening in the West End in late 2018).

Using Charlotte's experience casting at some of the UK's top theatres this workshop will look at the casting process and what makes a CV stand out in a pile of hundreds.

Beginning with an introduction to her casting processes, Charlotte will work through participants' CVs to show what catches her eye and what to avoid all together. There will be opportunity to ask questions throughout.

Charlotte Sutton is a freelance casting director, working across plays and musicals with directors including Daniel Evans, Michael Longhurst and Blanche McIntyre, at theatres including Chichester Festival Theatre, The Young Vic, Sheffield Crucible and Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre. Prior to this she worked in the casting departments at the Ambassador Theatre Group and the National Theatre for over five years.

Charlotte's theatre casting credits include: Winter (dir. John R Wilkinson, Young Vic), My Brilliant Friend (dir. Melly Still, Rose Kingston), The Pitchfork Disney and Killer (dir. Jamie Lloyd, Shoreditch Town Hall), Nell Gwynn (dir. Chris Luscombe, ETT), Annie Get Your Gun (dir. Paul Foster, Sheffield Crucible), Trade (dir. Bryony Shanahan, Young Vic), Strife (dir. Bertie Carvel, Minerva Theatre Chichester), Flowers for Mrs Harris (dir. Daniel Evans, Sheffield Crucible), Dutchman (dir. Ola Ince, Young Vic), Jumpy (dir. Lisa Spirling, Theatr Clwyd), Goodnight Mister Tom (dir. Angus Jackson, Duke of York’s & tour), wonder.land (Dir. Rufus Norris, Manchester International Festival), Mack and Mabel (Dir. Jonathan Church, Chichester Festival Theatre & tour); The Elephantom (dir. Finn Caldwell & Toby Olie, New London & NT Shed), The Light Princess (dir. Marianne Elliott, NT Lyttelton), and Twelfth Night Re-Imagined (Dir. Max Webster, Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre).

**Please note all contact or questions regarding this workshop should come through the TAG office. Please do not contact the workshop leader directly with questions**




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