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Scott Davison Productions ·

About Us

Producer: Sue Scott Davison

Following a twenty five year career as an actress, Sue became a producer in 2003. She established Scott Davison Productions with the aim of producing high quality commissioned and established texts for commercial theatre.

Productions include, Our Boys ( 2012, The Duchess Theatre), The Railway Children ( 2010-12, Waterloo & Toronto), After Troy (2011 Oxford Playhouse & Shaw Theatre),  Liberty (2008 , Shakespeare’s Globe & UK Tour ), Future Me (2007, Theatre 503 & revived 2009, Theatre Connect & Uk Tour ), Two Way Mirror (2006, Theatre Museum), and The Lifeblood ( 2004 Edinburgh Fringe & Wilton’s Music Hall & revived 2005 for The British Council Showcase & Riverside Studios).


As well as casting our own productions, we offer an external casting service. Shows include:   Contact Uk ( AJP. 2013 ), The Mystery Cycle ( York Theatre Royal, 2012)  To Kill A Mocking Bird ( The Touring Consortium, 2011 ), The Railway Children ( Waterloo Station, 2010-12), Little Shop Of Horrors ( York Theatre Royal) and A Funny Thing Happened on The Way To The Forum ( York Theatre Royal).

For more information, please contact sue@scottdavisonproductions.com

Please Note: We do not accept unsolicited CVs from actors. When we are casting for a production this is normally via the distribution of a breakdown through the usual avenues of Spotlight, PCR and recognized agents.


Opportunities are occasionally available for internships at our London office. This position is most suited to current or recently graduated students with an interest in pursuing a career in theatre production or administration. Please apply with CV to the email address above, outlining your interest, experience and availability.


Playwrights are welcome to submit material for consideration but we cannot guarantee a detailed response as we do not have a structured playreading programme in place. Please email scripts to the address above. Postal submissions are also welcome but cannot be returned.