© 2018 SubGrey Productions Ltd.
Our Prospectus

>The Team Behind The Scenes>

Every great production needs a terrific team, behind the scenes. We would like to introduce you to our writer, casting consultant and director.

Eugene Stickland - Playwrite, Novelist, Lecturer

Eugene Stickland was born in Regina, Canada. He studied at the University of Regina in music, as a piano performance major, but switched to English and graduated with an “Honours” BA in English, then went on to complete the course work for an MA. Attending York University in Toronto, where he completed an MFA in Theatre, specifically playwriting and dramaturgy. After graduating, Eugene and some York classmates formed the ACT IV Theatre Company, producing his early plays “The Family”, “Darkness of The Edge of Town” and “Quartet”.Returning to Regina, he taught at what is now known as the First Nations University. It was at this time his daughter Hanna came into the world (1992). In Calgary (1994) saw his first major production at Alberta Theatre Projects of the hit play “Some Assembly Required”, which went on to have over 100 productions worldwide. He wrote nine more plays. during a 10-year residency at ATP, including “All Clear” in 2004. In 2009 Eugene wrote a play for his friend Joyce Doolittle titled “Queen Lear”. Following his time at ATP, Eugene wrote a very popular weekly column for the Calgary Herald. In 2015 he published his first novel, “The Piano Teacher”, which received the W.O. Mitchell Award. Eugene is completing a new novel, “Fragments”, as well as a new play based on the life of Saskatchewan-born American artist Agnes Martin. He lives alone in the Beltline neighbourhood in Calgary.

wait for the ALL CLEAR” Prospectus

We have invested considerable time and effort to fully research all aspects of film production. We have costed the project, to provide the best production plan and a comprehensive budget for your perusal. Our Prospectus also contains a detailed itinerary for filming and every aspect of the production. The contents includes synopsis, financial tables, storyboard, distribution ans well as competition and festival targeting. Click Icon To Download After extensive “Networking” with generous supporters, we have secured equipment and all location filming requirements, at a significantly reduced costs. We have already found £5,000 in funding and are seeking a further £25,000 to commence production. The £30,000 budget is less than half the cost of a “Short Film” project. Our production has been designed and created to provide the highest broadcast standard, that also includes 4K Post Production. We have the plan, the team and the skills required. We seek the remaining investment, with the right financial partner. To See Our 2 Minute Pitch, simply click the icon below.
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Mark Petitt CDA - In House Casting

As head of our casting, Mark proved to be essential with our 2021 Stage Play Tour of All Clear. Mark has been working professionally in the entertainment industry for over thirty years with a career that has encompassed many aspects, from performing and teaching, to casting and producing, and is a full member of the Casting Directors Association. As a graduate of the Guildford School of acting, coming from a performance background has allowed Mark to not only build a large industry network, but as a Casting Director to share an empathy and understanding with every actor he meets, as he spent many years on the other side of the table!

P D Slaughter - Director, Producer

PD Slaughter was born and raised in South London. Started his acting journey in 1976 by joining The Battersea Arts Centre Workshop, performing street theatre and contemporary theatre. Following on from this, he became part of the original “Fringe” movement (in London), appearing in stage plays that toured such venues as; Deptford Theatre, The Roundhouse, Drury Lane Arts Lab, The Vauxhall Tavern, Finborough Theatre, among other notable venues. During this time, he attended Morley College (Lambeth), for three years, where he received training from RADA, LAMDA and E15 directors. This inspired and maintained his desire for the “Fringe” stage. In the 1990’s, after spending time in the music industry and working as a Telecine/Video Editor, he took various opportunities to coach and direct “Youth Theatre” projects. His philosophy for motivating and guiding potential talent, enabled him to nurture young actors, who went on to train at E15, LAMDA and Guildhall. In 2000 he created SubGrey Productions. He filmed and directed “Pop Promos” for unknown musical artists. His concept was to film a promo at a fraction of the cost, but maintaining a broadcast standard that effectively promotes the material. However, after some success, he ceased his performing arts involvement due to a serious illness, He married in 1996 and raised a daughter. In 2007 he returned to the arts, directing theatre projects to promote and support “Performing Arts Students” and locally based unknown actors. His latest successfully completed project was creating, producing and Directing “All Clear” by Eugene Stickland.
Mark launched In House Casting in 2010, offering a bespoke casting service for both stage and screen productions. With a social media following of over 35,000 industry professionals, the primary objective of In House is to source the best talent for any project! For further information about Mark and In House Casting, go to: www.inhousecasting.com

Eugene Stickland - Playwrite, Novelist, Lecturer Eugene Stickland was born in Regina, Canada. He studied at the University of Regina in music, as a piano performance major, but switched to English and graduated with an “Honours” BA in English, then went on to complete the course work for an MA. Attending York University in Toronto, where he completed an MFA in Theatre, specifically playwriting and dramaturgy. After graduating, Eugene and some York classmates formed the ACT IV Theatre Company, producing his early plays “The Family”, “Darkness of The Edge of Town” and “Quartet”.Returning to Regina, he taught at what is now known as the First Nations University. It was at this time his daughter Hanna came into the world (1992). In Calgary (1994) saw his first major production at Alberta Theatre Projects of the hit play “Some Assembly Required”, which went on to have over 100 productions worldwide. He wrote nine more plays. during a 10-year residency at ATP, including “All Clear” in 2004. In 2009 Eugene wrote a play for his friend Joyce Doolittle titled “Queen Lear”. Following his time at ATP, Eugene wrote a very popular weekly column for the Calgary Herald. In 2015 he published his first novel, “The Piano Teacher”, which received the W.O. Mitchell Award. Eugene is completing a new novel, “Fragments”, as well as a new play based on the life of Saskatchewan-born American artist Agnes Martin. He lives alone in the Beltline neighbourhood in Calgary.
07421 222521
© 2018 SubGrey Productions Ltd.
Our Prospectus

Mark Petitt CDA - In House Casting

As head of our casting, Mark proved to be essential with our 2021 Stage Play Tour of All Clear. Mark has been working professionally in the entertainment industry for over thirty years with a career that has encompassed many aspects, from performing and teaching, to casting and producing, and is a full member of the Casting Directors Association.
As a graduate of the Guildford School of acting, coming from a performance background has allowed Mark to not only build a large industry network, but as a Casting Director to share an empathy and understanding with every actor he meets, as he spent many years on the other side of the table! Mark launched In House Casting in 2010, offering a bespoke casting service for both stage and screen productions. With a social media following of over 35,000 industry professionals, the primary objective of In House is to source the best talent for any project!
For further information about Mark and In House Casting, go to: www.inhousecasting.com

P D Slaughter -

Director, Producer

PD Slaughter was born and raised in South London. Started his acting journey in 1976 by joining The Battersea Arts Centre Workshop, performing street theatre and contemporary theatre. Following on from this, he became part of the original “Fringe” movement (in London), appearing in stage plays that toured such venues as; Deptford Theatre, The Roundhouse, Drury Lane Arts Lab, The Vauxhall Tavern, Finborough Theatre, among other notable venues. During this time, he attended Morley College (Lambeth), for three years, where he received training from RADA, LAMDA and E15 directors. This inspired and maintained his desire for the “Fringe” stage. In the 1990’s, after spending time in the music industry and working as a Telecine/Video Editor,he took various opportunities to coach and direct “Youth Theatre” projects. His philosophy for motivating and guiding potential talent, enabled him to nurture young actors, who went on to train at E15, LAMDA and Guildhall. In 2000 he created SubGrey Productions. He filmed and directed “Pop Promos” for unknown musical artists. His concept was to film a promo at a fraction of the cost, but maintaining a broadcast standard that effectively promotes the material. However, after some success, he ceased his performing arts involvement due to a serious illness, He married in 1996 and raised a daughter. In 2007 he returned to the arts, directing theatre projects to promote and support “Performing Arts Students” and locally based unknown actors. His latest successfully completed project was creating, producing and Directing “All Clear” by Eugene Stickland.

wait for the ALL CLEAR” Prospectus

We have invested considerable time and effort to fully research all aspects of film production. We have costed the project, to provide the best production plan and a comprehensive budget for your perusal. Our Prospectus also contains a detailed itinerary for filming and every aspect of the production. The contents includes synopsis, financial tables, storyboard, distribution ans well as competition and festival targeting. Click Icon To Download After extensive “Networking” with generous supporters, we have secured equipment and all location filming requirements, at a significantly reduced costs. We have already found £5,000 in funding and are seeking a further £25,000 to commence production. The £30,000 budget is less than half the cost of a “Short Film” project. Our production has been designed and created to provide the highest broadcast standard, that also includes 4K Post Production. We have the plan, the team and the skills required. We seek the remaining investment, with the right financial partner. To See Our 2 Minute Pitch, simply click the icon below.

>The Team Behind The Scenes>

Every great production needs a terrific team, behind the scenes. We would like to introduce you to our writer, casting consultant and director.