Anne Page has studied, worked and taught in the entertainment industry throughout Canada. Theatre work includes, most recently Taking Liberties and Conservatives in Love (both by David Carley), Medici Slot MachineandOrchidelirium (Sue Miner, Pea Green Theatre). Previously, she co-founded Toronto's critically acclaimed Theatre Voce, which received 13 Dora award nominations for its beautiful and courageous productions. Film and television credits include Murphy's Law, a Canadian film Centre pilot project,After Hours, a CTV late night comedy show,Our Great Lakes, a TVO documentary andDue South, an Alliance prime time dramatic series. Anne is a grateful graduate of Graham Munroe, Renascent's treatment program for women.

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