by Yasmina Reza
Olivier Award Best New Comedy 2009 Tony Award Best Play 2009
27 Jan– 06 March 2010

Jane Page

Jane is delighted to make her directorial debut at the Vienna’s English Theatre. This will be her second production outside of the United States. Her production of Amelia Lives was honored with a Fringe First Award at the Edinburgh International Theatre Festival.

This past fall, Jane directed Dürrenmatt’s The Visit, at the University of Colorado. During the previous summer, she staged a hit production of the American classic, To Kill a Mockingbird for the Colorado Shakespeare Festival. Earlier in the season, she had directed a more recent Pulitzer Prize winner, Margaret Edson’s Wit, for Theatre Works in Colorado Springs.

Last year Jane directed the highly acclaimed The Taming of the Shrew for the Utah Shakespearean Festival and Much Ado About Nothing for the University of Utah. Also in 2008, Jane directed Rabbit Hole for the Repertory Theatre of St. Louis, Tartuffe for the Conservatory at Webster College, and Defiance for the Arvada Center in Colorado.

In the last few years Jane’s work has been seen at the Shakespeare Festival of St. Louis, Alabama Shakespeare Festival, Florida Studio Theatre, Two Rivers Theatre in New Jersey, Swine Palace in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Virginia Stage Company, Merrimack Repertory Theatre in Massachusetts, Studio Arena Theatre in Buffalo, New York, GeVa Theatre in Rochester, New York, the Cleveland Play House, and the Boars Head Theatre in Lansing, Michigan.

In 2003 an endowed scholarship was established in Jane’s honor at the Graduate School of International Studies at the University of Denver and she was named Theatre Educator of the Year for 2007 by the Alliancefor Colorado Theatre.

Jane is grateful for the ongoing support from her husband, director Gavin Cameron-Webb and her friends.