INTERVIEW WITH SARAH PAGE

Sarah has worked in Arts for many years, starting out as a performer then moving into the ticketing industry working for London Theatre Bookings. Sarah was one of the Directors at Interval Productions for four years. In her time at Interval, Sarah Produced; STREETS: A New Kind of Musical (The Vaults, Hackney Empire & The Cockpit); Another Way (The Cockpit); After The Turn, now known as MUTED (Courtyard Theatre). Sarah has Produced gigs/concerts in London venues, such as; The Hippodrome Casino, KOKO Camden, Leicester Square Theatre and The Queen of Hoxton. Sarah also worked on the early development stages of The Canary Girls set to open in Sheffield Theatres.

Sarah took part in the Stage One New Producers Workshop in October 2015 and then became one of the Stage One London Trainee Producers' in June 2016.

At the moment you are...
I am currently on a Stage One Producer Placement at Mark Rubinstein Ltd. Since being at MRL, I have worked on the Pre-Production of School of Rock (New London Theatre); Beautiful; The Carole King Musical (Aldwych Theatre); The Dresser (Duke of York's) and a new show currently in development. 

What does Stage One mean to you?
Not only have I met some great people since working with stage one; they have also been a fantastic support to me over the last year. They have given me the opportunity to be able to pursue my career on a full time basis and provide me with a fountain of knowledge from industry professionals. Stage one is not only a great support network, it's like a little family that give you a great springboard into the commercial world.

Last show you saw and loved?
Now, I'm not just saying this because it's one of Mark's shows but I can honestly say it has to be La Soiree. I left on such a high; it's a great night of entertainment, such talented acts with a real sense of class.

What do you think, is the best thing about the Theatre Industry?
The best thing about the Theatre industry for me is; it feels like you are constantly riding a motorcycle at full speed, there’s always a sense of excitement and adrenaline. No day is ever the same and everyone is working towards that same end goal of creating a piece that entertains audiences

What's the best piece of advice you've been given?
Leave them wanting more. There's a fine line between class and overindulgence. If you have something good show it off but don't overdo it!