Caro Newling

Chair

Caro Newling is a director of Neal Street Productions, formed in 2003 with Sam Mendes and Pippa Harris to make theatre, film and television.

Theatre projects include The Bridge Project, a three-year international initiative with The Brooklyn Academy and the Old Vic Theatre, Shrek the Musical co-produced with Dreamworks Animation, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory in development with Warner Bros.

In addition to its collaborations with subsidised partners on the West End and Broadway transfers of Enron, Red, Hamlet, Mary Stuart, Sunday in the Park with George, Neal Street productions include Three Days of Rain,The Vertical Hour, All About My Mother, and The House of Special Purpose.

Newling and Mendes established and ran the Donmar Warehouse from 1992 for over ten years with some 70 productions. A former trustee of the National Theatre and Chichester Festival Theatre, Newling is currently Chair of Paines Plough and a trustee of the Society of London Theatre.

Caro Newling


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