Coriolanus

Coriolanus Red Bull Theatre

As Menenius, a Roman senator and supporter of Coriolanus’ bid for consulship, Patrick Page gives a smooth, beautifully spoken performance, his suave baritone and patrician bearing ideally suited to the character, who eventually tries to persuade Coriolanus to return to the fold, to little avail.

The New York Times

Most of the characters are memorable in their own ways, but the one that comes off as the most complex is Menenius Agrippa (Patrick Page), a friend to Coriolanus and career politician. He first appears as a stereotypical good ol’ boy, complete with a drink in his hand, but quickly proves himself to be a master tactician. He knows how to strike the proper balance between showy and serious while never compromising his loyalty to Coriolanus or to the people of Rome, even when it is more politically convenient—and safer—to do that.

The Epoch Times

Patrick Page, with his rich baritone voice, is pitch-perfect as Coriolanus’ friend Menenius. Page’s Menenius is the epitome of a patrician who feels right at home in the beau monde. Unlike Coriolanus, he can butter up the common people when it’s necessary for political gain.

New York Theater Review

Patrick Page reminds us how indispensable he is to New York’s theatre community

Theater Is Easy

Patrick Page, with his rich baritone voice, is pitch-perfect as Coriolanus’ friend Menenius. Page’s Menenius is the epitome of a patrician who feels right at home in the beau monde. Unlike Coriolanus, he can butter up the common people when it’s necessary for political gain.

Curtain Up

Patrick Page, clutching a glass of bourbon and speaking in a honeyed drawl, is every bit the political fixer as Menenius Agrippa, Coriolanus’ great friend;

Lighting and Sound America

Patrick Page is electric as the forceful diplomat ever wise to ascertain the upper hand with aplomb and humility.

– BlogCritics.org

The always impressive Patrick Page, natty in suit and tie, is the very image of a campaign spinmeister

– The broadway blog