Ginny Schiller

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020 8806 5383

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07970 517 667




I am an experienced casting director with nearly 20 years in the industry. My casting career began at the Royal Shakespeare Company in 1997 and I went freelance in 2001. I have collaborated on hundreds of productions with dozens of directors, producers and venues, and although my main focus has always been theatre, I have also cast for television, film, radio and commercials. I have been an in-house casting director for Chichester Festival Theatre, Rose Theatre Kingston, English Touring Theatre and Soho Theatre and returned to the RSC in 2005/6 to lead the casting for the Complete Works Season. I currently work closely with Danny Moar on many of the shows for Theatre Royal Bath Productions and with Laurence Boswell at the Ustinov Studio Theatre. I have cast for independent commercial producers as well as the subsidised sector, for the touring circuit, regional, fringe and West End venues, including the Almeida, Arcola, ATG, Birmingham Rep, Bolton Octagon, Bristol Old Vic, City of London Sinfonia, Clwyd Theatr Cyrmu, Frantic Assembly, Greenwich Theatre, Hampstead Theatre, Headlong, Liverpool Everyman and Playhouse, Lyric Theatre Belfast, Marlowe Studio Canterbury, Menier Chocolate Factory, New Wolsey Ipswich, Norfolk & Norwich Festival, Northampton Royal & Derngate, Oxford Playhouse, Plymouth Theatre Royal and Drum, Regent's Park Open Air Theatre, Shared Experience, Sheffield Crucible, Sonia Friedman Productions, Theatre Royal Haymarket, Touring Consortium, Young Vic, West Yorkshire Playhouse, Yvonne Arnaud and Wilton’s Music Hall.

Notable Projects

THE WARS OF THE ROSES, directed by Trevor Nunn at the Rose Theatre Kingston 1984 adapted and directed by Robert Icke and Duncan Macmillan for Headlong, the Almeida and in the West End BAD JEWS by Joshua Harmon, directed by Michael Longhurst at the Ustinov Studio, transferring to the St James, the Arts and then on tour. THE FATHER by Florian Zeller, translated by Christopher Hampton, directed by James Macdonald, at the Ustinov Studio, the Tricycle and Wyndhams THE CRUCIBLE by Arthur Miller directed by Tom Morris at Bristol Old Vic REGENERATION by Pat Barker, adapted by Nicholas Wright and directed by Simon Godwin GHOSTS by Ibsen, translated and directed by Stephen Unwin for the Rose and ETT on tour ABIGAIL'S PARTY by Mike Leigh, directed by Lindsay Posner, at the Menier Chocolate Factory, at the Wyndhams and on tour THE COMPLETE WORKS SEASON at the RSC 2005/6, including the 8 play History Cycle directed by Michael Boyd; The Tempest directed by Rupert Goold; and Much Ado About Nothing directed by Marianne Elliot.

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