Patrick is an Associate Artist of The Old Globe Theatre and
the Shakespeare Theatre Company.
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Center Theatre Group LAArchduke

Shakespeare Theatre Company
The TempestCoriolanus at the Shakespeare Theatre CompanyOthello at the Shakespeare Theatre CompanyMacbeth at the Shakespeare Theatre CompanyHamelt at the Shakespeare Theatre Company

The Old Globe

I Do! I Do!Twelfth Night at The Old GlobeCyrano De Bergerac at The Old GlobeThe Pleasure of His Company at The Old GlobeDancing In The Dark at The Old Globe

Paper Mill PlayhouseThe Hunchback of Notre Dame at Paper Mill Playhouse

Oregon Shakespeare FestivalWinters Tale Oregon Shakespeare FestivalJulius Caesar at Oregon Shakespeare Festival

Utah Shakespeare Festival
Nothing Like The Sun at the Utah Shakespeare FesitvalRichard III at the Utah Shakespeare FestivalMacbeth at the Utah Shakespeare FestivalJulius Caesar at the Utah Shakespeare Festival

Pioneer Theatre Company
Henry V at the Pioneer Theatre CompanyCyrano de Bergerac at the Pioneer Theatre CompanyRichard III at the Pioneer Theatre CompanyThe Three Musketeers at the Pioneer Theatre CompanyA MidsummerNight's Dream at the Pioneer Theatre CompanyHamlet at the Pioneer Theatre CompanyRoom Service at the Pioneer Theatre Company

Around The Country

Pittsburgh CLOOliver at Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera

…Of all these watchable performances, though, Patrick Page’s Fagin is the one that pushes this production from simply enjoyable to something out of the ordinary.

The character of Fagin isn’t an easy one to take on, because the musical presents the pickpockets’ ringleader as a 19th-century stereotype, the miserly Jew. The challenge for performers has been like the one presented by the role of Shylock in Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice — rendering human a character that is patently offensive to modern audiences.

Mr. Page’s Fagin achieves this, making his character one the audience sympathizes with and roots for even as he doesn’t shrink from making him unpleasant…his Fagin is the best reason to see this Oliver!

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

The PublicRichard III at the Public Theatre

Long Wharf TheatreArms and the Man at the Long Wharf Theatre

Indiana Repertory TheatreHamlet at the Indiana Repertory Theatre

York Theatre CompanyRex at the York Theatre Company