The New York Times

Clothes Make the Man

Clothes Make the Man ‘Casa Valentina,’ Fierstein’s Play About ’60s Cross-Dressers by Patrick Healy April 10, 2004 view article online Reed Birney and Patrick Page, actors in Harvey Fierstein’s new Broadway play “Casa Valentina,” learn the art of cross-dressing. Before rehearsals began for the new Broadway play “Casa Valentina,” the seven men in the cast […]

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Associated Press

Patrick Page ‘Having a Ball’ as Spider-Man Goblin

Patrick Page ‘Having a Ball’ as Spider-Man Goblin Patrick Page says he’s ‘having a ball’ as the Green Goblin in ‘Spider-Man’ musical on Broadway by Mark Kennedy January 27, 2011 The day Patrick Page got the offer to play an evil goblin on Broadway in Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark, he quite literally was going […]

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The Wall Street Journal

‘Spider-Man’ Actor Goes Green a Second Time

‘Spider-Man’ Actor Goes Green a Second Time Patrick Page Prepares for Goblin Role At Same Theatre He Played the Grinch by Ellen Gamerman September 20, 2010 The cast of Spider-Man Turn Off The Dark is scheduled to start rehearsing in the show’s Broadway theater on Monday. One actor, Patrick Page, has been there before: In […]

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North County Times

Globe’s ‘Cyrano’ a triumph for actor, director

by Anne Marie Welsh “Panache!” It’s the last word of the play and the quality that energizes Darko Tresnjak’s deeply felt and fully imagined production of “Cyrano De Bergerac.” The epic revival at The Old Globe looks traditional, yet delivers surprises, the first of which is that Edmond Rostand’s florid, 1897 romantic drama can still […]

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San Diego News Network

Pat Launer on San Diego theatre: ‘Cyrano’

by Pat Launer THE SHOW: “Cyrano de Bergerac,” the 1897 masterwork by French dramatist Edmond Rostand; part of the Old Globe’s Summer Shakespeare Festival. You probably remember his protuberance, but not his other standout features, like his swordsmanship, rapier wit, poetic brilliance and medical knowledge. And did you know that Cyrano de Bergerac was a […]

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Patrick Page’s Cyrano fills the stage

by James Hebert Heroes aren’t supposed to lie. But Cyrano de Bergerac fibs the way he lives: He lies hard. What’s more, the namesake of Edmond Rostand’s epic romance seems as perversely proud of the huge untruth at the center of his life as he does of the massive feature at the center of his […]

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The New York Times

The Grinch Meets Sir Thomas More

The Grinch Meets Sir Thomas More by Stuart Miller September 30, 2008 view article on NYTimes.com LAST year, the director Doug Hughes took his nephew to see “Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas! The Musical” on Broadway. Mr. Hughes was simply looking for some holiday fun, but he rediscovered, beneath the Grinch’s furry green […]

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