David launched DGA in 1998 and has been Andrew Lloyd Webber’s dedicated casting director on all Really Useful Group productions.
He is currently a board member of Arts Educational Schools, Laine Theatre Arts, Watermill Theatre Newbury, The Council of Dance Education and Training and is a proud Associate Artist of the Old Vic Theatre.
Theatre includes: School of Rock (New London); Bat Out of Hell (London Coliseum); Million Dollar Quarter (UK Tour); Groundhog Day (Old Vic); Sunset Boulevard, Sweeney Todd (English National Opera); Cats (Palladium / UK Tour); Made In Dagenham (Adelphi); Stephen Ward (Aldwych); The Commitments (Palace / UK Tour); Urinetown (St James / Apollo); A Chorus Line (Palladium); Shrek (Drury Lane / UK Tour); Sister Act (Palladium / UK Tour); Hairspray (Shaftesbury / UK Tours); Lord of the Rings (Drury Lane); The Sound of Music (Palladium / UK Tour); Spamalot (Palace); Bombay Dreams (Apollo Victoria); The Beautiful Game (Piccadilly); Starlight Express (Apollo Victoria); Aspects of Love (Prince of Wales).
Film and Television includes: Mary Poppins Returns (Disney); Beauty and the Beast (Disney); Nine (Weinstein Co.); Mamma Mia! The Movie (Universal); Phantom of the Opera (Warner Bros.); The Universe (BBC); The Sound of Music Live (ITV); Superstar (ITV); Over the Rainbow (BBC); I’d Do Anything (BBC); How Do You Solve A Problem Like Maria (BBC)
Stephen was Chairman of The Casting Directors Guild of Great Britain from 2012 to 2015.
He is the casting director for Mamma Mia! London and UK Tour productions, and has been casting consultant on productions in Germany, Holland, Norway, Italy, Spain and Russia.
Theatre includes: Jerry Springer – The Opera (National Theatre / Cambridge); Chicago (Cambridge / Adelphi / Garrick / UK Tours); Mrs Henderson Presents (Bath Theatre Royal / Noel Coward); The Little Prince (Lyric Theatre Belfast / Dubai); The Braille Legacy (Savoy); T’Aint A Bird (Arts)’ Fing Ain’t What They Used To Be (Theatre Royal Stratford East); High Society (UK Tour); Light in the Piazza (Leicester Curve); My Fair Lady, Oliver! (Sheffield Crucible); West Side Story (Sage Gateshead); Hello Dolly! (Open Air Theatre Regents Park).
Film and Television includes: Mamma Mia! the Movie (Universal); Nine (Weinstein Co.); The Universe (BBC); Superstar (ITV); How Do You Solve A Problem Like A Maria (BBC); Kombat Opera Presents (BBC).
Will has worked at DGA for almost 10 years.
As well as being the associate casting director at DGA, Will also casts projects in his own right as a freelancer
Theatre includes: Matilda (Cambridge Theatre); The Wild Party (St James); Jesus Christ Superstar (Regents Park Open Air Theatre); RENT 20th Anniversary (St James / UK Tour); Jekyll and Hyde, High Society (Old Vic); The Grinning Man (Bristol Old Vic); Everybody’s Talking About Jamie (Sheffield Crucible) Ghost (UK & Asia Tours); Bugsy Malone (Lyric); In the Heights, Side Show, Xanadu, Carrie (Southwark Playhouse); The Etienne Sisters (Theatre Royal Stratford East); Paper Dolls (Tricycle); West Side Story (Salzburg Festival);
Film & TV includes: Mary Poppins Returns (Disney); Beauty & The Beast (Disney); Nine (Weinstein Co.); The Voice UK (BBC); So You Think You Can Dance (BBC); Superstar (ITV); Over the Rainbow (BBC); Sound of Music Live (ITV)
Fionnuala joined DGA in 2018 after starting her casting career in Toronto as a casting intern for Stephanie Gorin. After graduating from The University of Birmingham in 2017, Fionnuala began working in London as a general assistant at CAM.
Theatre Credits include: Waitress (Adelphi), Jesus Christ Superstar (Barbican), Evita (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre), CATS International Tour, Violet (Charing Cross Theatre), Guys and Dolls (Maringy Theatre Paris), Local Hero (Edinburgh Lyceum), West Side Story (BBC Proms), Grease UK Tour, Bat Out of Hell (The Dominion), Magic Mike Live (Hippodrome Casino).