Patrick Page Brings GOOD TO BE BAD to 54 Below Tonight
54 BELOW, Broadway's Supper Club, presents Patrick Page in "Good to be Bad" tonight, January 28th at 9:30 pm.
"Good to be Bad" presents Broadway's leading bad guy (The Green Goblin in Spider-Man-Turn Off the Dark, Scar in The Lion King, The Grinch in How the Grinch Stole Christmas, Rufus Buckley in A Time to Kill, Henry VIII in A Man for All Seasons) as he explores theatrical villainy from Captain Hook to Sweeney Todd. An evening full of laughs (diabolical and otherwise), songs, insights, and surprises -in a one night only performance at 54 Below.
The show will also feature a special guest appearance by Tony Award nominee Isabel Keating. There may be meat pies involved.
Page will be accompanied by a four-piece ensemble led by musical director Dan Michicce.
The show is directed by Stuart Moulton.
Patrick Page in "Good to be Bad" plays 54 Below (254 West 54th Street) January 28th at 9:30 pm There is a $25-35 cover charge and $25 food and beverage minimum. Tickets and information are available at www.54Below.com. Tickets on the day of performance after 4:00 are only available by calling (646) 476-3551.
Patrick Page's Broadway credits include creating the roles of Norman Osborn/The Green Goblin in Spider-Man Turn Off the Dark (Drama Desk and Outer Critics' Circle noms and Richard Seff Award), Rufus Buckley in A Time to Kill, The Grinch in How The Grinch Stole Christmas, three years as Scar in The Lion King and three years as Lumiere in Beauty and the Beast. Other Broadway credits include Henry VIII in A Man For All Seasons (Outer Critics nom) opposite Frank Langella, De Guiche in Cyrano De Bergerac, Decius Brutus in Julius Caesar (with Denzel Washington), Scrooge in A Christmas Carol (standby for Roger Daltrey), and multiple roles in The Kentucky Cycle. Other New York and Off-Broadway he has appeared in Richard II directed by Steven Berkoff at The Public Theatre, The Duchess of Malfi at Red Bull, the title role in Rex at the York Theatre, and Max Detweiller in The Sound of Music at Carnegie Hall.
Patrick is an Associate Artist with The Old Globe Theatre in San Diego and The Shakespeare Theatre Company in DC: roles at those theatres include Coriolanus in Coriolanus (Emery Battis Award) Macbeth in Macbeth, Iago in Othello (Helen Hayes Award), Claudius in Hamlet, Cyrano in Cyrano De Bergerac (Craig Noel Award) Jeffrey Cordova in The Bandwagon (Craig Noel Award), Malvolio in Twelfth Night, and Pogo Poole in The Pleasure of His Company. Patrick's other regional credits span 25 years, beginning with six years as leading actor for The Utah Shakespeare Festival. Since then he has played major roles at The Long Wharf, Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Seattle Repertory Theatre, Pittsburg CLO, Pioneer Theatre Company, Arizona Theatre Company, ACT, Indiana Repertory Theatre, Missouri Repertory Theatre, Cincinnati Playhouse, and many others.
Patrick's Film and TV credits include The Good Wife, All My Children, One Life to Live, Law and Order SVU, The Mystery of Matter, Affluenza, and The Substance of Fire.
He is the recipient of The Princess Grace Statue Award, The Utah Governor's Medal for the Arts, and the William Shakespeare Award for Classical Theatre. Patrick is married to actress and TV host Paige Davis.
Isabel Keating most recently appeared as Aunt May in Spider-Man, Turn Off the Dark. She won the Drama Desk Award and was nominated for the Tony Award for her Broadway turn in The Boy from Oz, starring opposite Hugh Jackman, for which she also won a Theatre World Award. Also on Broadway, she starred in the long-running hit Hairspray, and made her Broadway début starring in Enchanted April. Off Broadway she has appeared at Primary Stages, the Atlantic Theatre Company, Ensemble Studio Theatre and Ars Nova, among others. Keating won the Helen Hayes Award for Tom Stoppard's Indian Ink at Washington, DC's Studio Theatre, and has appeared regionally at the Old Globe Theatre, Williamstown Theatre Festival, the Long Wharf, and more, in plays by Oscar Wilde, Anton Chekhov, Tony Kushner, Donald Margulies, among many others. Her films include The Nanny Diaries and The Life Before Her Eyes, and on television, she guest starred in 3 lbs. for CBS, starring opposite Stanley Tucci, and Law & Order: Criminal Intent for NBC, starring opposite Vincent d'Onofrio.