Ken Page, a cornerstone of American musical theatre, has captivated audiences for over five decades with his powerful voice and dynamic presence. He burst onto the Broadway scene in 1975, taking over the role of the Lion in The Wiz. His breakout performance came soon after in the Fats Waller revue Ain't Misbehavin', earning him a coveted Drama Desk Award. But it was his portrayal of the wise and enigmatic Old Deuteronomy in Andrew Lloyd Webber's iconic Cats that truly cemented his legacy. Originating the role on both Broadway and in the filmed stage production, Page delivered a performance that resonated for generations, becoming synonymous with the majestic feline leader. Throughout his career, Page has graced stages with his artistry in shows like Guys and Dolls and It Ain't Nothin' But the Blues, solidifying his place as a true Broadway legend.
1 h 26 mins
1 h 27 mins
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