Vocal Teacher, Musical Theatre Teacher
Tim Page is a New-Zealand-born Australian actor. After emigrating to Australia in 1973 where he was cast as Henrik Eggerman in Stephen Sondheim's 'A Little Night Music', he later became best known for playing Dr Graham Steele in the Australian television series The Young Doctors throughout its entire run from 1976 to 1982.
In the late 1980s he appeared in a number of musicals in London's West End. He was in the original cast of Andrew Lloyd Webber's 'Aspects of Love' at the Prince of Wales Theatre in 1989-90. He was also in 'Buddy - the Buddy Holly Story' at the Victoria Palace Theatre in 1991. He recorded with the BBC Radio Orchestra and had seasons at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre Company and at the Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich.
In addition to acting, he has also worked as a script writer penning episodes of The Restless Years and Neighbours and his cabaret show based on songs associated from Shakespeare 'Out Damned Spot!' has been successfully toured throughout Australia. In the 1990's he appeared in 'My Fair Lady' with Anthony Warlow, 'Ken Hill's Phantom of the Opera', 'Chess', 'Assassins' and appeared in the TV series 'Water Rats' and 'All Saints'. His films include 'Passion', 'Lilian's Story' (with Ruth Cracknell), 'The Everlasting Secret Family', 'The Road From Coorain', 'The Wreck of the Stinson' and 'The Odd Angry Shot'.
Over the last ten years Tim has played Bialystock in 'The Producers', Georges in 'La Cage Aux Folles' and the Bishop of Basingstoke in 'Jekkyl and Hyde' which toured Korea and Taiwan. GMS cast Tim as John Utterson in their 2012 production of Jekyll and Hyde. He won a Best Actor Star Award for his portrayal of Danforth in 'The Crucible'.
Tim has sung with opera companies on both sides of the Tasman and for the London Savoyards. Most recently he appeared in 'Aida' and 'The Girl of the Golden West' for Opera Queensland. In 2013 he was asked by the Central Coast Conservatorium to direct the opera Help! Help! The Globolinks! by Gian Carlo Menotti and also began a Triple Threat Musical Theatre Course.
The Central Coast Conservatorium operates to NSW Department of Education School Gazetted Term dates
Tuesday 28/1 to Thursday 9/4
(Saturday Strings concludes 4 April)
Monday 27/4 to Saturday 4/7
(Saturday Strings concludes 27 June)
Monday 20/7 to Saturday 26/9
(Saturday Strings concludes 19 September)
Monday 12/10 to Saturday 19/12
(Saturday Strings concludes 12 December)
We seek to inspire our Central Coast community to engage in and value music as an integral part of life through comprehensive music education and artistic endeavour.