Patrick Page returns to broadway in the title role of Manhattan Theatre Club's new play,Casa Valentina. Opening April 23rd at the Samuel J Friedman Theatre, this new play was written by Harvey Firestein and features direction by Joe Mantello. Visit the show's official website for more information:
Casa Valentina on Broadway

Casa Valentina featured in The New York Times: “Clothes Make the Man ‘Casa Valentina,’ Fierstein’s Play About ’60s Cross-Dressers”
The New York Times

Patrick Page and Paige Davis listed as one of top Broadway couples of all time by Theatrtemania.
Patrick Page and Paige Davis

Patrick debuted his solo show, It's Good To Be Bad, at 54 Below on January 29, 2014.
54 Below

Patrick Page Serenades Broadway With Glen Berger's Tell-All, Song of Spider-Man.

Patrick appears on Theatre Talk to discuss A Time To Kill.
CUNY Television

Patrick returned to Broadway as Rufus Buckley in the adaptation of John Grisham's critically acclaimed novel A Time To Kill. Directed by Ethan McSweeny, the new drama adapted by Rupert Holmes also featured Sebastian Arcelus, Douglas Thompson, Fred Dalton Thompson and more.
A Time To Kill

Patrick receives Matador Award for Excellence in Classical Acting--previously presented to Sir Patrick Stewart, F. Murray Abraham.

Patrick was nominated for a Helen Hayes Award, The Robert Prosky Award for Outstanding Lead Actor, Resident Play, for his performance in Coriolanus at the Shakespeare Theatre Company.
Helen Hayes Awards

How The Grinch Stole Christmas!, With Patrick Page and John Cullum, Will Get Cast Album.
Dr. Seuss How The Grinch Stole Christmas! The Musical Broadway Cast Album

Actors' Equity Association presented Patrick Page with the Richard Seff award for his performance in Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark. The award is presented to a male and female actor in a supporting role in a Broadway or Off-Broadway production.
Actors' Equity Association

Patrick Page, star of Spider-Man: Turn off the Dark, received a caricature at Sardi's Restaurant on Thursday, April 26, the day before his birthday. Click below ot view photos from the unveiling.
Patrick Page Sardis Caricature

Patrick appeared in a one-night only benefit performance of Rodgers & Hammerstein’s The Sound of Music at Carnegie Hall. Directed by Gary Griffin, the cast included Laura Osnes, Tony Goldwyn and Brooke Shields. The evening raised $1.5 million.
Carnegie Hall

Patrick featured in The Wall Street Journal.

Patrick receives Princess Grace Statue Award.

Patrick interviewed by Associated Press about Spider-Man--defends show.
Associated Press

Patrick appears on Theatre Talk to discuss Spider-Man.
CUNY Television

Patrick featured in The Wall Street Journal.

Patrick will play Norman Osborn, The Green Goblin in Spider-Man, Turn Off the Dark on Broadway, opening this Fall. The show is directed by Julie Taymor, with music and lyrics by Bono and The Edge. Follow Patrick on Twitter for updates. Click here for more info.

Patrick will direct Wild Oats by John O’Keefe starring Reg Rogers for the Red Bull Theatre Spring 2011. Click here for more info.

Patrick featured in The New York Times.

This June Patrick played Fagin in Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera’s production of Oliver!. The production will be directed and choreographed by Richard Stafford with musical direction by Craig Barna. Click here for more info.

Patrick wins San Diego Critics Craig Noel Award as leading actor for Cyrano De Bergerac.

Patrick named an Affiliated Artist of the Shakespeare Theatre Company in Washington, DC.

Patrick performs “Our Revels Now are Ended” as the closing poem on Poetic License a new album featuring 100 noted actors performing poetry. Other performers include Catherine Zeta-Jones, Patti Lupone, Richard Thomas, Len Cariou and Christine Baranski.

Patrick Page - Poetic License - 100 Poems/100 Performers, Pt. 3 - "Our Revels Now Are Ended" By William Shakespeare

Patrick appears as The Cardinal in The Duchess of Malfi for The Red Bull Theatre Off-Broadway.

Patrick and his wife Paige Davis team up to star in The Old Globe’s production of I Do! I Do!.

Patrick stars as Cyrano De Bergerac and Malvolio in Twelfth Night at San Diego's Old Globe.

Patrick receives the Outer Critics Circle Nomination for Best Featured Actor in A Man For All Seasons which played on Broadway from Sept 17- Dec 7, 2008.

Patrick starred in the Old Globe Theatre's revival of The Pleasure of His Company July 12 - August 10, 2008.

May 20 - June 1, 2008 Patrick appeared in the role of Claudius in Michael Kahn's production of Hamlet at The Shakespeare Theatre Company in Washington, DC.
Aptil 2008 - Patrick received rave reviews as Jeffrey Cordova in Dancing In The Dark in San Diego.

April 2008 - Swansong was per-formed at the Seattle Shakespeare Company.

During the 2007 holiday season Patrick reprised his role as The Grinch on Broadway.

Patrick receives William Shakespeare Award for Classical Theatre.

In the Summer of 2007 Patrick played his final performance as Scar in The Lion King on Broadway.

Patrick receives the 2006 Helen Hayes Award for Best Leading Actor.
Casa Valentina on Broadwy - Manhattan Theatre Club
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