He added that Pro File also hopes to remove some of the barriers for D/deaf and disabled performers, for whom travelling to auditions and meetings can be difficult and expensive.
Co-productions also include The Great Wave by Francis Turnly, produced with the Tricycle and directed by Indhu Rubasingham.
Sophie Okonedo has been announced as joining the previously announced Ralph Fiennes in Antony and Cleopatra, while David Hare will return to the NT with the world premiere of I'm Not Running, set among a fictional Labour party.
New work also comes from Polly Stenham and Patrick Marber, who adapt classics by August Strindberg and Eugene Ionesco respectively.
Called Pro File, it has been developed in partnership with Spotlight and is available for film, television and theatre professionals.
Pro File has been in the pilot stage for the past year, and has now launched. It is part of a drive to tackle the under-representation of disabled actors working in the profession, Norris said, adding that the theatre industry is often criticised for being "nepotistic".