Mary Page just finished making audiences laugh by scratching her face dramatically during the "Opera Within" in Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812 on Broadway. After swinging the show for 6 months, she moved into the on-stage featured dancer track 8 shows a week. She began her journey with the show doing a Dance Lab this summer and joined the cast just after their Opening Night. Prior to Comet, Mary Page was involved with Finding Neverland since its workshop stage in the Spring of 2014. She went on to the ART production in Cambridge, MA and made her Broadway Debut in the New York Production. Prior to Finding Neverland, she performed in many regional productions including: A Chorus Line at The Seacoast Repertory Theatre (Sheila Bryant), Joseph..., Fiddler on the Roof, andOtello at Utah Festival Opera & Musical Theatre where she worked side by side with Sheldon Harnick on a workshop/stage reading of his Broadway Production, Rex ('Queen Claude' and 'Katherine Parr'), and Guys and Dolls and Thoroughly Modern Millie at The Virginia Repertory Theatre (both directed by Broadway veteran Patti D'Beck). She performed Off-Broadway in Dragons at The York Theatre in its Musicals in Mufti Series: Celebrating Sheldon Harnick. Her involvement with Finding Neverland granted her the opportunity to perform on Good Morning America, the 69th Annual Tony Awards, the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, Broadway at The White House, and prompted her first Original Broadway Cast Recording.