Elizabeth Page (screenwriter)

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Elizabeth Page is an American writer, director and filmmaker. She has written and directed for the stage, film and television.

Theatre[edit]

Spare Parts

  • Produced by Pam Kantor and Olympia Dukakis at Whole Theatre (1989)
  • Produced by Pam Kantor at Circle in the Square Downtown (1990)
  • Nominated for a John Gassner Award by the Outer Critics Circle
  • Published by Sam French http://www.samuelfrench.com/p/4764/spare-parts

The Nazi Plays

Film[edit]

The Pilgrim https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o-rmiTL2yc8

  • Awarded "Best Short" - REEL13 on WNET
  • Awarded "Excellence in Screenwriting" - The 29th Annual Invitational Film Show at the New School
  • Awarded "Best Director" - the Staten Island Film Festival

Caught

  • Awarded "Best Short" - the Connecticut Film Festival

Television[edit]

Direction

  • Commercial for the touring production of the Broadway musical "BKLYN" with Melba Moore and Diana De Garmo (2006)
  • Commercial for the theatrical production of "Sweet Songs of the Soul" starring Melba Moore (2008)

Writing

All My Children

Another World

  • Co-Head Writer (with Tom King and Craig Carlson): February 1997 - March 1997
  • Breakdown Writer: 1993 - February 1997

As the World Turns (hired by Hogan Sheffer)

  • Script Writer: 2001 - July 17, 2007

General Hospital (hired by Ron Carlivati)

  • Script Writer: March 12, 2012 – March 4, 2015

One Life to Live

  • Script Writer: August 31, 2007 - February 15, 2008, May 2, 2008 – January 13, 2012
  • Temporary Script Editor: October 13–19, 2009

The Catlins

  • Script Writer (1982–1984)

Awards

Daytime Emmy Award[1][2]

  • Nomination, 2003 & 2006, Best Writing, As the World Turns
  • Win, 2001, 2002, 2004, 2005, Best Writing, As the World Turns
  • Nomination, 1994 & 1996, Best Writing, Another World
  • Nomination, 1985, 1988, 1990, 1999, Best Writing, All My Children
  • Win, 1985 & 1988, Best Writing, All My Children

Writers Guild of America Award

  • Win, 2006, Best Writing, As the World Turns
  • Nomination, 2005, Best Writing, As the World Turns
  • Nomination, 1999, Best Writing, All My Children
  • Win, 1998, Best Writing, All My Children
  • Nomination, 1997, Best Writing, Another World
  • Nomination, 1995, Best Writing, Another World
  • Nomination, 1994, Best Writing, Another World
  • Nomination, 1993, Best Writing, Another World
  • Nomination, 1990, Best Writing, All My Children
  • Nomination, 1989, Best Writing, All My Children

Writing History

Preceded by
Margaret DePriest
Head Writer of Another World
(with Tom King and Craig Carlson)

February 1997 - May 1997
Succeeded by
Tom King and Craig Carlson
Preceded by
Megan McTavish
Head Writer of All My Children
(with Agnes Nixon)
(with Jean Passanante: June 1999 - November 1999)

May 1999 - November 1999
Succeeded by
Agnes Nixon
Jean Passanante

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.emmyonline.tv/mediacenter/daytime_35th_telecast_winners_data.html Emmy Awards Online 35
  2. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2007-03-17. Retrieved 2007-10-08.CS1 maint: Archived copy as title (link) mmy Awards Online 32