Spider-Man's Patrick Page Brings His Delightfully Devious Show, Good to Be Bad, to 54 Below
Tony nominee Isabel Keating will accompany the Broadway bad guy in his one-night-only performance.
Patrick Page, Broadway's favorite meanie, will bring his show, Good to Be Bad, to 54 Below for one night only on January 28. The evening will include laughs (diabolical and otherwise), songs, insights, and a few surprises. Tony nominee Isabel Keating will make a special guest appearance.
Page is known for his portrayals of all sorts of colorful and conniving villains, including The Green Goblin in Spider-Man Turn Off the Dark, Scar in The Lion King, The Grinch in Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas, Rufus Buckley in A Time to Kill, and Henry VIII in A Man for All Seasons. His show promises a diabolically entertaining evening as he explores theatrical villainy from Captain Hook to Sweeney Todd. Page will be accompanied by a four-piece ensemble led by musical director Dan Michicce. The show is directed by Stuart Moulton.
Isabel Keating most recently appeared as Aunt May in Spider-Man Turn Off the Dark. She was nominated for a Tony Award and won a Drama Desk Award for her turn in The Boy From Oz.
Click here to read TheaterMania's interview with Isabel Keating and Michael Mulheren and learn some insider tidbits about Spider-Man Turn Off the Dark.
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