Coriolanus

“This ‘Coriolanus’ belongs on Broadway. Were it to transfer there, Mr. Page would vault instantaneously into full-fledged, well-deserved stardom. Since such a move is highly unlikely, I hope that another regional company—or Lincoln Center—will give serious thought to remounting it. Rarely has Shakespeare been more stirringly served.”

– Terry Teachout, The Wall Street Journal

“With a voice that rumbles and quakes like an avalanche, Patrick Page unleashes his catalytic energy on ‘Coriolanus,’ the Shakespearean tragedy that builds ever so incrementally to a roaring finish on the stage of Sidney Harman Hall.”

– Peter Marks, The Washington Post

“Page is electric as Coriolanus. As his bass-baritone voice articulates some of Shakespeare’s most complicated poetry, he brings to this production all the gravitas and seriousness of purpose his character requires.”

– Barbara Mackay, The Washington Examiner

“Patrick Page gives a gigantic performance in the title role of Shakespeare’s Coriolanus at the Shakespeare Theatre Company’s Sidney Harman Hall. It is masterfully theatrical and deliciously subtle at the same time. “

– Jane Horwitz, The Washingtonian