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About Paige

Paige (she/her) is an NYC-based actor, director, and writer from Colorado. She is in the class of 2024 at NYU Tisch where she is studied Drama with a minor in History.


Throughout her time at NYU, she has trained with Playwrights Horizons Theatre School, Atlantic Acting School, and the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London. 

Paige is interested in the connective tissue between creators and products, often understanding the making of a play as a comparative essay, placing separate elements in conversation with each other to come to a deeper understanding. She is fascinated by others’ individuality and the ability to create stories from that, specifically the power of bodies in space. Her work aims to create connective tissue between the text and the bodies in the space, often through playing and games. She sees playing as a form of feeling and feeling as a form of bonding. 

Other notes: 

Let’s make art, man!

How do I make things fun and joyful? 


Making meaning and metaphor from nothing


As a director…

Paige made her directorial debut with the United States premiere of Michael Kras’s The Year and Two of Us Back Here in 2019. Most recently, she has begun collaborating with playwright Jaden Tyler Urso and actor Aliza Jane Cosgrove, directing the world premiere of This Shameful Yoke by  with Playwrights Horizons Downtown, which premiered in March as well as So Far Away for The Tank's 2024 Pridefest.


As a writer…

Paige is fascinated by the conversation between technology and nature. Her one-act was selected as a finalist for ReNew Productions’ Playwrights’ Playground Festival. She co-wrote and devised the NYU Tisch Mainstage Production dæmon. Her short plays From My Mountain and Muse have been shown at Playwrights Horizons Downtown.

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