Rules For Living

  • Tue 07 Nov - Sat 18 Nov
  • Written by Sam Holcroft | Directed by Simon Godwin
    A Rose Theatre Kingston, English Touring Theatre and Royal & Derngate Northampton co-production

Gemma Hancock & Sam Stevenson

Casting Directors

Theatre work includes: Common (National Theatre); The Everyman Season 2017 (Everyman Theatre); Skylight (Theatr Clwyd); The Haunting of Hill House (Liverpool Playhouse); For Services Rendered (Chichester); Accolade (St James Theatre); The Vertical Hour (Park theatre); F*ck the Polar Bears, The Royale, Perseverance Drive, The Herd (Bush Theatre); An Inspector Calls (national tour); One Man, Two Guvnors (West End and national tour); 55 Days, In the Club, What the Butler Saw, Abigail’s Party (Hampstead Theatre); The Humans (Rotterdam, New York, Avignon); Our Country’s Good (St James Theatre and national tour); The Real Thing (tour); Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Ring Round the Moon, Waiting for Godot (West End); Canary (tour); Tejas Verdes, Emperor Jones, The Chairs (Gate Theatre); King Lear (RSC); Blood and Gifts (NT).

Sam and Gemma have also cast more than 20 productions for Peter Hall, including Henry IV, Pygmalion, Where There’s A Will, Waiting for Godot, Uncle Vanya, The Dresser, As You Like It, Habeas Corpus and Measure for Measure.

TV work includes: Don’t Take My Baby, Our World War, Glasgow Girls (BBC3); Nightshift, Care, The Snipist, The Minor Character and Nixon’s the One (‘Playhouse Presents’ for Sky Arts); The Selection (Warner Bros); four series of Silent Witness (BBC1); Martin Amis’ Money (BBC2); Consuming Passion, Mr Loveday’s Little Outing (BBC4); The Inspector Lynley Mysteries (BBC1); and many episodes of The Bill for ITV.
In 2010 Gemma and Sam received a Primetime Emmy nomination for their casting of Emma for BBC1.

Film work includes: Leave to Remain; Private Peaceful; Babel; The New World.