Club11 London Casting is a dynamic, new generation of casting directors. We have an ethos more akin to the european model of casting. We ensure directors and producers have the best potential actors and performers for the job presented to them in casting sessions while at the same time ensuring those actors and performers have a clear and honest line of communication very stage of the process. Sarah Jane prides herself on ensuring the highest level of efficiency, transparency and most importantly, professional courtesy to both sides of the table.
SARAH JANE PRICE B.A(Hons), PGDipRAM
Sarah-Jane trained in Musical Theatre graduating with honours before studying at The Royal Academy of Music from which she graduated with distinction. She has worked professionally as a performer and session singer for years before finding a passion for casting.
Working for a variety of companies initially as a runner, then as a casting assistant and now as a casting director her work includes; Putting it Together (Belfast Lyric), Hello Again (The Hope Theatre), The Barricade Boys (Alternate casts and tours), The Adding Machine (Finborough Theatre) and consecutive years working with Guildford Fringe Theatre Company.
Recently she has been casting director and consultant at The Bush Theatre on their summer season firstly casting a retrospective of work from critically acclaimed playwright Nassim Soleimanpour. This retrospective included four plays ‘Nassim’, ’Cook’, ‘Blank’ and ‘White Rabbit, Red Rabbit’ and Sarah-Jane cast actors such as Dominic West, Meera Syal, Denise Gough and Paterson Joseph amongst others.
Also at The Bush she cast ‘Hijabi Monologues’ part of an international project focusing on the real-life experiences of both local and international Muslim women. Directed by Milli Bhatia, it included existing monologues penned for this international project by women including original writer Sahar Ullah and three new works from members of the Bush Theatre’s immediate community totalling 9 UK premieres.
Most Recently Sarah-Jane is casting a new play ‘Love Me Now’ by exciting new writer Michelle Barnette and directed by Jamie Armitage. The play goes into The Tristan Bates Theatre in association with The Actors Centre.
With a keen eye for talent and a passion for finding exciting performers, Sarah-Jane continues to strive to be accessible, approachable and to get the best for both sides of the table.