Amy Page is a costume creator and wardrobe supervisor who is thrilled to return to Ballet Hispánico in the new capacity of Wardrobe Director. She enjoys working with costume designers to bring their dreams to reality, and supporting artists so that they can bring the best possible performance to the stage. Her costumes are in the repertory of Kyle Abraham’s A.I.M., Dance Theatre of Harlem, Keigwin & Company, Dorrance Dance, and Camille A. Brown and Dancers. Passionate about supporting artists as they learn and grow in Academia, Amy has created costumes for Ballet Academy East, American Ballet Theater’s Make A Ballet program, and the Dance Department of Sarah Lawrence College, as well as teaching at the College of William and Mary. As a wardrobe supervisor, Amy oversaw many productions at the Mostly Mozart and White Light Festivals at Lincoln Center, as well as many touring companies who graced The Joyce Theater stage. From the Akram Khan Company to The Royal Ballet to Momix, her calm, capable presence though lightning fast quick changes and marathon loads of laundry bring a ray of sunshine to the backstage world. She has toured with Mark Morris Dance Group, Hubbard Street Dance Chicago, and Philadanco. On Broadway she has had the pleasure of dressing Tatiana Maslany in Network, as well as the cast of Hamilton. In the television world, she has worked as a costume fitter on seasons three and four of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. She holds a BFA from the University of North Carolina School of the Arts.
You can contact Amy at firstname.lastname@example.org.