Director, producer, actor, dancer and Emmy-nominated choreographer, Jeffrey Page, has emerged as a creative force to be reckoned with in television, film, video,theater and the concert stage. The embodiment of a Renaissance man, Jeffrey’s love, appreciation and respect for the arts encompasses all complex forms of expression. Attending the Broad Ripple High School Performing ArtsProgram before graduating with honors from the prestigious University of the Arts-Philadelphia with a bachelor’s degree in Performance & Theater Arts, Jeffrey has consistently elevated and honed his craft, leading him to achieve world acclaim and notoriety as a foremost expert in African, Jazz and Hip-Hop dance.
Jeffrey Page has trained and worked with some of the most influential people in theworld of dance. He has staged concerts and TV appearances for recording artists Beyoncé (World Tour & TV), Will Smith & Jada Pinkett-Smith (opening for BET Awards), R. Kelly (finale for Billboard Awards), Jazmine Sullivan (Year of the Gentleman World Tour), and production numbers for VH1 Hip-Hop Honors Awards, Fashion Rocks, NAACP Image Awards, World Music Awards, MTV Awards and Dove Awards. Off-Broadway, Jeffrey has been Associate Director and Choreographer for Woodie King Jr. (NECʼs, Sundown Names and Night-Gone Things), and Michael Bush (TRU Reading Series, The Unbleached American); and in the Regional Theater sector (LORT) he was Choreographer for Gramercy Theatre ofOrlando, Little Shop of Horrors, and Director-Choreographer for The Hole in the Wall (Ebony Repertoire Theater of Los Angles).
Widely recognized for imbuing his craft with the textures of his travels to such exotic locales as Morocco, Dubai and Greece, Jeffrey’s innovative, unique approach to conceiving and developing projectswith intricate layers of multiculturalism resonates with directors, producers and audiences around the globe because of its artistry, authenticity and precision. From the bright lights of Broadway in the Tony Award winning musical, FELA!, creating the MTV award winning choreography for Beyonce’s riveting smash hit, “Run The World (Girls)”, to the stage of the Fox hit series, So You Think You Can Dance, where his electric, heart-pounding choreography was praised by judges Debbie Allen, Nigel Lythgoe and Mary Murphy as being “tremendous,” “pure,” “authentic” and “tough,” Jeffrey continues to leave his indelible stamp on the world of American entertainment.