Patrick Page Brings One-Man Show to Prague
Broadway Star Patrick Page comes to Prague for a special one-night only performance of his new one man show "Evil Genius: How Shakespeare Invented the Villain". This exclusive performance is part of the 2019 Shakespeare Theatre Association Conference hosted by Prague Shakespeare Company, on 10 January, 2019 at 8 pm--Divadlo Na Pradle.
Acknowledged by the Wall Street Journal and the New York Times as "one of the world's finest classical actors", Patrick Page is currently appearing as Hades in Hadestown at the Royal National Theatre of Great Britain, a role he will resume on Broadway this Spring. Other Broadway credits include Valentina in Casa Valentina, The Inquisitor in Saint Joan, DeGuiche in Cyrano DeBergerac, Rufus Buckley in A Time to Kill, Norman Osborn/The Green Goblin in Spider-Man:Turn Off the Dark, The Grinch in How the Grinch Stole Christmas, Scar in The Lion King, Lumiere in Beauty and the Beast and others. For The Public Theatre/New York Shakespeare he appeared as Cymbeline in Cymbeline and in Steven Berkoff's Richard II. Patrick is an Associate Artist of The Old Globe in San Diego and The Shakespeare Theatre of Washington DC where his roles have included Cyrano De Bergerac, Malvolio, Macbeth, Iago, Coriolanus, Claudius, and Prospero. He recently created the roles of Dom Claude Frollo in The Hunchback of Notre Dame at La Jolla Playhouse and Captain Dragutin Dimitrijevic in Rajiiv Joseph's Archduke at The Mark Taper Forum. Other roles at major regional theatres include Hamlet, Richard III, Henry V, Benedick, Mercutio, Fagin, Marc Antony, Brutus, Sergius, Scrooge, Dracula, Oberon, Armado, Jaques, Richard II, etc.
Television credits include NCIS New Orleans, The Blacklist, The Good Wife, Elementary, Flesh and Bone, Madame Secretary, Law and Order SVU, Chicago PD, etc. He is the founder of the Patrick Page Acting Studio in New York City.
Patrick has been awarded the Princess Grace Statue Award, the Matador Award for Classical Acting, The William Shakespeare Award for Classical Acting. The Joseph Jefferson Award, The Helen Hayes Award, and the Utah Governors Award for the Arts.