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Patrick Page Talks Atypical Villainy and More in HADESTOWN at Citadel Theatre

More than a decade ago, folk singer/songwriter Anais Mitchell wrote the concept album Hadestown based on the Greek myth of Orpheus and Eurydice. After various reincarnations, Mitchell teamed up with Tony award-nominated director Rachel Chavkin to develop a Hadestown musical for the stage. After a very successful workshop production at New York Theatre Workshop in […]

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One That Hath Always Loved the People

Patrick Page playing Prospero shared the Number One spot on’s Top 20 Shakespeareances of 2016, which I posted two weeks ago on New Year’s Eve. It was in part because of Page’s performance in the Shakespeare Theatre Company’s (STC) staging of William Shakespeare’s The Tempest last summer that we decided to see him in […]

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10 Questions With… Patrick Page

10 Questions With… Patrick Page by Mark Peikert June 16, 2016 view feature on Patrick Page may be best known as the Green Goblin in Broadway’s Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark, but his career encompasses everything from the classics to Shakespeare to his current Off-Broadway work on the folk opera Hadestown, at New York […]

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