About this Artist
KEN PAGE (Nicely-Nicely Johnson) made his Broadway debut in the all-black revival of Guys and Dolls playing the role of Nicely-Nicely Johnson, for which he received the Theatre World Award. Additional credits include Cats (Old Deuteronomy, Original Cast/Video), It Ain’t Nothin’ But the Blues, Ain’t Misbehavin’ (Original Cast, Drama Desk Award – Best Actor), The Wiz (Lion), The Wizard of Oz (Cowardly Lion, Joseph Jefferson Award nomination), Call Me Madam, Out of This World, Pajama Game (Encores! in New York), The Threepenny Opera, Follies, Damn Yankees (Reprise L.A.), Anyone Can Whistle (in concert at Carnegie Hall), Aida, Ragtime, Les Misérables (Kevin Kline Award nomination), and Jesus Christ Superstar (Kevin Kline Award). Page has performed in London’s West End in Children of Eden (Father, Original Cast) and My One & Only. He has made many television appearances, and has performed on film in Dreamgirls, Torch Song Trilogy, and The Nightmare Before Christmas (Oogie Boogie). Page’s one-man show, Page By Page, is performed across the country and has been released live on CD (LML Music). Ken was most recently seen in New York’s Lincoln Center Theater production of Susan Stroman’s Happiness.