For over ten years, Page has been helping young people grow into artists by providing a nurturing environment in which to train, develop and be heard. As the parent of a performer herself, Page originally became involved in the arts to help create a positive place for her own child to study. But quickly, her dedication and business savvy became apparent, and she was asked to become a co-owner, business director, and company manager of her daughter's studio-a position she held for six years before founding CAPAS. Page is mentor and den mother to all her students, believing very strongly that every child has something special to offer. Her greatest joy is advising students and helping them succeed in all aspects of their lives. Page is regularly called on for help with everything from audition preparation, to fashion help. And, having supported her own daughter through the many joys and challenges of growing up in the arts, she is well positioned to mentor young people through everything from social conflicts to college auditions. In fact, many of her CAPAS graduates have been accepted and have attended some of the most prestigious and competitive music theatre and dance BFA programs in the country. Several have already attained professional status. It can be very difficult to navigate the world of performing arts training. Page created CAPAS to provide a safe, challenging and professional space for students to explore their creativity, take risks, and excel. If you put the positivity and heart back into the process, the results will speak for themselves.