Stories of his youth and how that developed his appreciation for the backstage arts were at the center of Broadway star Ken Page’s keynote address.

The Nightmare Before Christmas voice of Oogie Boogie lit up the room with personal anecdotes, along with stories of his time as a director. He even snuck in a short offering of Oklahoma’s “Oh, What a Beautiful Morning” resonating his voice through the ballroom. Ken Page was greeted after his address by attendees eager for an autograph and an opportunity to meet the Broadway veteran. Watch Ken’s full keynote address below.

One Reply to “Ken Page Takes the Stage at America’s Center”

  1. I have had the pleasure to know Ken for years in the 80s Ken was the voice of the Audrey two the plant for little shop of horrors at the repertory theatre in st Louis. Many shows at the muny he is a true professional and friend

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