Set up in Soho in 1990, Roxane Vacca Management is a theatrical agency, representing actors in film, television and theatre. Over the years we have earned a reputation for finding and nurturing exceptional new talent with clients going on to be awarded BAFTAs, Oliviers and National Television Awards. We maintain a selective list, guiding clients towards varied and successful careers across the industry.

in Collective Rage: A Play in Five Betties

in The Alienist

in Daisy Pulls It Off at the Park Theatre

in Jubilee at the Royal Exchange Manchester

in The Borrowers at the Watermill Theatre

in Tiger Bay The Musical at the Wales Millennium Centre

in Little Women at the Hope Mill Theatre

in The Cherry Orchard at the Nottingham Playhouse

in Quiz at the Chichester Festival Theatre

narrates Philip Pullman’s Book of Dust for Audible

to reprise her Olivier nominated role in Farinelli & The King on Broadway.

reprises her role as Susie Parks in BBC’s Doctor Foster.

to star in Good Omens for Amazon Studios/BBC.

in Elton John’s Glasses at the Watford Palace Theatre.

in Fox’s Deep State.

in Uncle Vanya at Theatre Clwyd.

filming BBC’s Call The Midwife.

Emma D’Arcy

in Ian Rickson’s Against, at The Almeida.

in The Divide at Edinburgh International Festival & then at The Old Vic.

continues as Ginny Potter in Harry Potter & the Cursed Child on Broadway.

stars as Theresa May in Brexit The Musical, at Edinburgh Fringe 2017.

Asif Khan

In Love, Bombs and Apples at the Edinburgh Festival

Congratulations to our clients Will Smith, Alistair Petrie and Hari Dhillon for their roles in Emmy nominated television this year. Will Smith, writer and producer for VEEP which has five nominations, including Outstanding Comedy Series; Alistair Petrie featured in Genius which has garnered ten nominations, including one for Outstanding Limited Series; Hari Dhillon features in NBC’s This Is Us which has also gained five nominations, including Outstanding Drama Series.

In Kiki’s Delivery Service at the Southwark Playhouse.

in In The House We Grew Up In 

Chichester Festival

in BBC’s Doctor Who.

In Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf.

In Tate Britain’s Great British Walks on Sky.

in The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui at the Donmar Warehouse.

shooting new drama The Terror.