Page Clements will be directing and acting in two new projects this fall: Flawless, by Robin Goldfin and The Sweet Spot, by Alice Jankell. She recently directed a promo reel for a play with music entitled The Willa Cather Salon, by Navida Stein and a staged reading of The Sweet Spot, by Alice Jankell, with the American Bard Theater Co. She made her United Solo directing debut with the thought-provoking Blood and Water, written and performed by Rachel Brill and in the story of a young classical pianist finding her way to New York in Cynthia Shaw's Velvet Determination. Other directing credits include Lucy Avery Brooke's solo show, A Few Words About Art (formerly Ekphrasis), and one-act plays at the T. Schreiber Shorts and New Works Festivals. She is a Reader's Choice Winner in BackStage for her work as a vocal and dialect coach, and she was the vocal coach for Ted Greenberg's one-man show, Ace, in its 5-week Off-Broadway run. She is on staff at the prestigious T. Schreiber Acting Studio, where she teaches Shakespeare, dialects, and vocal production. As an actress, she has performed in over sixty 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.