Sign Up For Our

Who's Who

Paige Price

Paige made her Broadway debut in the original company of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast. She was featured as a ‘Silly Girl’ and eventually appeared as ‘Belle.’ She then spent several years on Broadway in Smokey Joe's Café, and her first original Broadway starring role came with Saturday Night Fever, in which she played Stephanie Mangano. Paige has opened for Tony Bennett and shared the stage with such stars as Lou Rawls, Ben E. King, Pam Tillis, and Gladys Knight. She has appeared in dozens of musicals across the country including The Irving Berlin Songbook at The Kennedy Center, The Gay Divorce at Carnegie Hall, the tour of Busker Alley starring Tommy Tune, and literally hundreds of performances as Peggy Sawyer in 42nd Street.

In addition to appearing in the first season of the NBC hit ED, her numerous TV & Film appearances include All The Right Moves (w/Tom Cruise), Stop the World, I Want to Get Off, The New Kids, Newhart, The Equalizer, and many TV movies and commercials. The online video series entitled “Anarchy Online” features Paige’s voice as series star Eleena Oak.  Recordings include the CD "Our Hearts Sing" for Jerome Records, the soundtrack for the feature film "He Said/She Said,” Disney’s Beauty and the Beast Original Cast Album and “Animal Tracks.”

Paige, who is on the Advisory Board of Dancers’ Resource, a non-profit group founded by Bebe Neuwirth with the mission of aiding professional dancers dealing with injuries, has hosted the Tony Award’s live Red Carpet web casts since 2002. She was elected First Vice President of Actors’ Equity Association in June, 2007 and has represented actors on the last two National Negotiating Teams for the Broadway Production Contract. Paige was inducted into the League of Professional Theatre Women organization in 2005.

Paige is currently the Artistic Director of Theatre Aspen, and co-produces the critically acclaimed annual concert set on the Great Lawn in Central Park called “Broadway Under the Stars,” with a 30-piece orchestra and stars from the entertainment business.  The concerts, televised on WCBS, have featured Elaine Stritch, Jewel, Melanie Griffith, Mario Cantone, Brian Stokes Mitchell and Edie Falco, among others. This year’s concert honored director/producer Harold Prince, who appeared in the show to receive his park bench dedication, alongside Liza Minnelli, Bebe Neuwirth, Jane Krakowski and Christine Ebersole. She has produced other concerts featuring such performers as Trisha Yearwood, Glen Campbell, Lee Ann Womack, Ben Vereen, Andrea McArdle, James Naughton and 2005 American Idol winner Carrie Underwood, among others in NYC, Chicago, Berlin, New Orleans, Tampa, and Washington D.C. She also co-produced the National Tour of “New York Loves America”, a 14-city 16-day tour of the U.S. starring Sandy Duncan.

Paige has also produced and sung in concerts on behalf of the Mayor of New York City to woo the 2012 Olympics, the Democratic National Convention and the Republican National Convention, performing with both Mayor Rudy Giuliani and Mayor Michael Bloomberg in the special “Inner Circle” galas. Mayor Bloomberg proclaimed July 6th, 2002 “Paige Price Day” in New York City. (No kidding).

Go back