Jane Page

Jane is delighted to return to CSF. This has been an extraordinarily busy season for Jane, starting with Over the Tavern, for the Boars Head Theatre (Lansing, Michigan); A Thousand Clowns, Studio Arena Theatre (Buffalo, New York); Driving Miss Daisy, Virginia Stage Company (Norfolk); Rounding Third, Cleveland Play House and Studio Arena; The Crimson Thread, Arvada Center. Other projects include: Miss Julie, Two River Theatre (New Jersey); A Streetcar Named Desire, Studio Arena Theatre and the acclaimed Wild West Much Ado About Nothing,and The Two Gentlemen of Verona for CSF. Jane�s work has also been seen at Alabama Shakespeare; GeVa Theatre in Rochester, New York; Capital Repertory Theatre in Albany, New York; and, the Goldstein Theatre at Queens College. Throughout the Rocky Mountain region she has directed over 70 productions. Amelia Lives, an original play Jane directed, garnered a Fringe First Award at the Edinburgh Festival in Scotland. (3 seasons) Jane’s previous directing credits at CSF include To Kill a Mockingbird, Much Ado About Nothing, Othello and The Two Gentlemen of Verona. During the last year she has directed 4,000 Miles (Repertory Theatre of St. Louis), Much Ado About Nothing (Kentucky Shakespeare Festival), The Visit (Claire Trevor School of the Arts, University of California at Irvine) and Far from Eden (Curious Theatre New Voices project in Denver). Other recent work includes The Adventures of Tom Sawyer at the Denver Center Theatre Company and The Great Goddess Bazaar at the Edinburgh International Fringe Festival, where she previously received a coveted Fringe First Award for her production of Amelia Lives. In 2010 Jane made her directorial debut at the Vienna’s English Theatre with God of Carnage. Jane has received numerous accolades for her work throughout regional theatres in the United States. Her work has been seen at the Utah Shakespeare Festival, the Alabama Shakespeare Festival, the Shakespeare Festival of St. Louis, the Cleveland Play House, Studio Arena Theatre, Merrimack Repertory Theatre, Virginia Stage Company, Theatre Works, Swine Palace, Two Rivers Theatre, Virginia Stage Company, GeVa Theatre and at numerous universities. In 2012, she was appointed head of the directing program at the University of California at Irvine. (8 seasons)