Page Clements

Acting Faculty Member

What Lights Her Up About Teaching?

I am always eager to make connections with students and help them realize their goals. If I can help one person conquer fears and strengthen acing/vocal tools, then my heart is full.

Proudest Career Moment

Upon completion of formal acting training, I was awarded Speech and Acting top honors and subsequently cast in my first Off Broadway play (Pygmalion, by G B Shaw) at the Roundabout Theatre.

Get to Know Page

I often give a "Mother Earth" first impression, but delight in surprising everyone with just how silly I can be.


Maggie Shand in What Every Woman Knows by J.M. Barrie. Hedda Gabler in Hedda Gabler by Henrik Ibsen. Sally in Talley's Folly, by Lanford Wilson. Hecuba in The Trojan Women, by Euripides.

Page Clements is a Reader’s Choice Winner in Backstage for her work as a vocal and dialect coach. She is on staff at T. Schreiber Studio, where she teaches Shakespeare, Dialects, Accent Reduction, and Vocal Production. Page has been an adjunct vocal instructor at the Larry Singer Studios, Lycoming College, and Marywood University, as well as a private coach for actors and public speakers.  As an actress, she has performed in over 60 productions in the New York City area, including shows at the Roundabout Theatre Co., the NY Shakespeare Exchange, the Metropolitan Playhouse, and the Phoenix Theatre Ensemble. She has been the vocal/dialect coach for many productions, including Ted Greenberg’s one-man show, Ace, in its 5-week Off-Broadway run. As a director, Page made her United Solo directing debut in 2017 with the thought-provoking Blood and Water and in 2018 with Velvet Determination, which received the Best Festival Debut Award. Other directing credits include Lucy Avery Brooke’s solo show, Ekphrasis, and the one-act play, No Soap!, at the T. Schreiber New Works Festival in 2017.

Page received her BFA in acting from Wesleyan College in Georgia, where she also received the Wesleyan Woman of the Year award her graduation year. She furthered her training at the American Academy of Dramatic Arts / New York, receiving the Lawrence Langner Award and the Charles Jehlinger Award for speech and acting respectively. She was invited to attend a third year in the Repertory Company, receiving the school’s first Neil Simon Foundation Scholarship. Page served as an Associate Professor of Voice and Speech at AADA for 10 years and was one of the original members of The Metropolitan Playhouse of New York. One of Page’s fortes as a teacher is creating as well as reducing regional and foreign dialects.

Voted "Favorite Vocal Coach"
— 1st Annual Backstage Readers’ Choice Award
"For anyone in NYC area looking for a great voice class, Page Clements at T. Schreiber Studio is AMAZING. Took her Vocal Production class years ago & the gems still live with me to this day."
— Lamar R.
“Page taught me how to find my real, true voice, which I possessed in childhood but lost somewhere along the way. And her coaching isn’t just technical. The voice work has helped me become more emotionally available than I have ever been in my life.”
— Jon Orsini, published in Backstage