Evelyn Page

Performer

Female

Died: February 6, 2011
New York, New York

Obituary: Evelyn Page, an actress with several Broadway credits, died Feb. 6 2011 in Manhattan, Variety reported. She was 90.

A native of Nebraska, she appeared as a resident of Greenwich Village in the original production of Wonderful Town in 1953, was a standby for several roles in Little Me, was Mrs. Hatch in On a Clear Day You Can See Forever, and was the Miller's Wife in the 1969 musical version of Canterbury Tales.

She toured with Canterbury Tales, as well as Stop the World—I Want to Get Off, Me and My Girl and Anything Goes. Off-Broadway, Ms. Page was seen in Waste at American Place Theatre in 2000. Regionally, she performed often with American Repertory Theatre in Cambridge, MA.

She did not leave any immediate survivors.

 

Roles

Playbill Cover - Canterbury Tales Canterbury Tales
Feb. 3, 1969 - May 18, 1969
Duenna Performer
(Original)
 
    Miller's Wife Performer
(Original)
 
    Nun Performer
(Original)
 
    Old Woman Understudy
(Original)
 
    Wife of Bath Understudy
(Original)
 
Playbill Cover - On a Clear Day You Can See Forever On a Clear Day You Can See Forever
Oct. 17, 1965 - Jun. 11, 1966
Mrs. Hatch Performer
(Original)
 
Playbill Cover - Little Me Little Me
Nov. 17, 1962 - Jun. 29, 1963
Miss Poitrine, Today Standby
(Original)
 
    Momma Standby
(Original)
 
    Mrs. Eggleston Standby
(Original)
 
Playbill Cover - Wonderful Town Wonderful Town
Feb. 25, 1953 - Jul. 3, 1954
Greenwich Villager Performer
(Original)
 
Playbill Cover - Hold Your Horses Hold Your Horses
Sep. 25, 1933 - Dec. 9, 1933
Showgirl Performer
(Original)
 
Tattle Tales
Jun. 1, 1933 - Jun. 24, 1933
The Misses "Tattle Tales" Performer
(Original)
 
    "Still the Nervous Waltz" Performer Performer
(Original)
 
    "The Nervous Waltz" Performer Performer
(Original)
 
 
 
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