Mary Page is a New York City based Broadway performer, event producer, director/choreographer, educator, crafter and business owner. During COVID, she opened a paper goods business called a page of mary where she sells her handmade goods that sell out in minutes! Shop Here. She produces, directs and choreographs events with Broadway Talent in the private sector and beyond, learn more about Monocle Productions Here. She also teaches Broadway Master Classes, and one on one privates. Find out more information and class rates Here.
As a performer, Mary Page was in the original casts of Finding Neverland and Natasha, Pierre and The Great Comet of 1812 on Broadway, and toured the country with the First National Company of Bright Star. She most recently worked developing the new musical, Black No More written by Black Thought of The Roots and John Ridley, choreographed by Bill T Jones. Her upcoming projects include developing the new musical, Lempicka, written by Matt Gould and Carson Kreitzer and directed by Tony Award Winner Rachel Chavkin. You can also look out for her in the upcoming Netflix Documentary: Dick Johnson is Dead. She was seen on The Tony Awards, Good Morning America, The Today Show, and TLC's Broadway At The White House. Mary Page has performed in numerous Regional/Off-Broadway productions over the years including: American Repertory Theater, City Center Encores! Call Me Madam, When Change Comes: Mark Stuart Dance Theater, Norma: (role of Norma) Al Blackstone, Transcendence Theater, Virginia Repertory Theatre, UFMOT, Seacoast Repertory, among others. Mary Page enjoys developing new work, and has been lucky to work on some amazing shows during their development including: Soft Power, The Cher Show, War Paint, and with brilliant artists including: Sam Pinkleton, Chloe Treat, Josh Prince, Chris Gattelli, Ani Taj, Mark Stuart, Al Blackstone, and more.
Aside from working on and off Broadway, Mary Page feels passionately about arts education and stays busy teaching the world's next generation of students. Mary Page teaches Master Classes all over the world, but also provides Private Coaching in Dance, and Musical Theater Performance/Acting Through Song. Mary Page also believes whole heartedly in the positive effects arts education has on creativity, problem solving, and ending the cycles of poverty. Her passion for using her artistic skillset to inspire others has led to working and volunteering with many non-profit organizations across the world including: Broadway's Babies (Broadway Ambassador), Artists Striving To End Poverty, The Mariposa Foundation (Dominican Republic), St. Joseph's Home for Boys (Haiti), Music Theater International, Virginia Theatrical Association, Broadway Junior, and more!