Paige (she/they) is a queer, neurodivergent emerging artist and certified theatre rat who grew up in the Canadian Prairies and resides on Treaty Six territory. She is a graduate of the University of Saskatchewan's Bachelor of Fine Arts Acting Program (2021), and also holds a wîcêhtowin Certificate in Aboriginal Theatre and a Minor in English Literature. Paige is the recipient of the 2022/23 SATAward for Outstanding Emerging Artist.
From earliest memory, Paige has always been obsessed with disappearing into the different worlds that could be discovered through storytelling, whether they came in the form of books, movies, video games, or live theatre. Primarily, they work as a performer, playwright, dramaturg, or producer. They also seek to keep expanding their skillsets into the fields of design and voiceover work.
Paige's greatest interests in theatre lie within devising, new work, and creating classical theatre adaptations. She strives to be involved in work that embraces the future of theatre: work that encourages diversity and helps to amplify marginalized stories, with a particular focus on queer + feminist narratives, as well as neurodiversity. They seek to create theatre that is consistently relevent, engaging, and takes risks. Her goal in life is to be able to tell stories that will find homes in the hearts of others in the same way that all of her favorite stories found a place within hers.
In late 2021, Paige, along with frequent collaborator Katelyn Polischuk, formed a collaborative partnership called The Hagstone Collective. This company serves as a producing umbrella for their joint classical theatre adaptations as well as original scripts.
As of fall 2023, Paige has also joined independent classical theatre focused company Never Never Shakespeare as their Creative Associate, and are currently serving as Artistic Associatte of SUM Theatre for their 2024 season.
For film and television work, they are represented by Lisa Marie Schwartz at Edge Agency.