Sasha Regan's All Male

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ADAM BRAHAM - Casting Director

Adam started his work as a freelance casting director for the company Mad Dog Casting. Work including; ‘Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides’, ‘W.E.’ directed by Madonna and the Tim Burton film ‘Dark Shadows’. Also during this time, Adam worked on several ITV pilots and game shows, such as; ‘Who Dares Sings’ and ‘Take Me Out’.


Theatre casting has included; ‘Up4aMeet?’ at the Waterloo East Theatre, which was revived for a UK Tour in 2013 starring Big Brother legend Nikki Grahame and X Factor star Lloyd Daniels. For Morphic Graffiti; ‘Jekyll and Hyde the musical’, and most recently for Pinot Productions, their debut production of ‘I Love You Because’.


For The Union Theatre; ‘The All-male production of Patience’, 'Babes in Arms', ‘Chess the musical’ (currently nominated for Best Musical Revival at the WhatsOnStage Awards 2014), ‘Darling of the Day’ – European Premiere, ‘On a Clear Day You Can See Forever’, ‘The Boys From Syracuse’ and the London Premiere of Rogers and Hammerstein’s ‘Pipe Dream’.


For Regan De Wynter productions; Sasha Regan’s All-male production of 'The Pirates of Penzance’, which played The Hackney Empire prior to an Australian tour, culminating in performances at The Sydney Theatre.


Further work includes: additional casting for ‘Spooky Noises’ – a demo recording of a new musical, ‘The Last Ever Musical’ workshop, and ‘Between Empires’ – a new musical written and produced by Morgan Mackintosh and Orlando Simon, which workshopped in London prior to a run at the Edinburgh Festival.


Adam is also the UK casting consultant for Icon People, a production company based and operating in Tallinn, Estonia. Recent works for Icon include; A corporate campaign for ‘Siemens Medical Supplies’ and casting actors for an exhibition in Tallinn which displayed artifacts discovered within the remains of the RMS Titanic.


For more information follow Adam on twitter: @AdamBraham


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