Page Clements has been a professional actress, vocal instructor, and private coach in NYC for over 20 years. Page studied voice with many past mastersincluding Patsy Rodenburg. In 2009 Page was voted New York’s Favorite Vocal Coach and Favorite Dialect Coach in Backstage Magazine’s Readers’ Choice Awards, and was runner up in both categories in 2010 and 2011.
Page received her BFA in acting from Wesleyan College in Macon, GA andwas awarded the Wesleyan Woman of the Year upon graduation. She furthered her training at The American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York, receiving the Charles Jehlinger Award for acting and Lawrence Langer Award for voice/ speech. Page served as an associate professor of voice and speech at AADA for nine years. She is currently teaching classes in dialects, voice/speech, and Shakespeare at the T. Schreiber Studio in NYC.
Page has appeared in over 50 productions in theatres across the country, including The Roundabout Theatre, The Northeast Theatre, The Metropolitan Playhouse (original member), and The Ensemble Studio. Along with Mary Ethel Schmidt, Page is a proud member of Highwire, Inc., a theatrical and educational touring company. She is a member of Actors Equity Association.
While continuing her acting career, Page maintains a private coaching career with clients from a variety of professions and specializing in vocal strengthening, accent reduction, creating dialects for the performer, and establishing strong vocal maintenance and appropriate articulation skills for any workplace.