A Memorial Tribute to Lyceum Legend, Page WilliamsPage Williams was a celebrated actress for many years at the Lyceum and was instrumental in helping establish the theatre’s on-going success. A memorial will be held at 2:00pm on Saturday, May 18, at the Lyceum Theatre with a reception following.
Educator, Civil Leader and Actress, Page W. Williams left this stage November 29, 2012 on the way to her eternal performance. Page was a treasured member of the Arrow Rock community for almost sixty years. She was a past Mayor of the historic village, member of the Town Board, passionate member of the Friends of Arrow Rock, and Board Member and Recording Secretary of the Lyceum Theatre. She was instrumental in establishing the volunteer Fire Department, the Arrow Rock Craft Festival and the Historic Arrow Rock Council.
Page was co-owner of the Black Sheep Inn Restaurant for many years being a celebrated cook and was known for her elegant dinner parties
Her educational career began at the former Arrow Rock Grade School then to Marshall High School along with Assistant Professor of English at Missouri Valley College and the University of Missouri-Columbia.
Page was an accomplished fashion designer and seamstress having her own design firm of Page One Fashions. She also worked for a number of years in Jefferson City at the Missouri Department of Energy.
Page also had a memorable role in the 1972 Tom Sawyer movie filmed in Arrow Rock.
Page’s contributions to Arrow Rock were many. Many were touched by her remarkable life. “Break a leg” cherished friend!
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