Paige Tautz is an award-winning actor and creator working in Los Angeles and Santa Barbara. She’s won two Santa Barbara Independent awards, served as an artist in residence with The Ground Floor @ Berkeley Rep, and was awarded the 2018-2019 Artistic Residency Fellowship with Salvage Vanguard Theatre in Austin, Texas. A seven-year member of the Lit Moon Theatre Company, Paige has performed for international audiences all over the world, most recently Yerevan, Armenia and Tbilisi, Georgia. Paige is an original member of the Santa Bitola Theatre Company, a multilingual international ensemble made up of Lit Moon and the Bitola National Theatre Company in North Macedonia. She is also an original member of the international theatre collective ACT 292, established in the 2020 pandemic. In 2019, her performance as ‘Nora’ in Lit Moon’s A Doll House won her her second SB Indy award. Other credits with Lit Moon include Richard III, Julius Caesar, The Glass Menagerie, The Lover, The Cherry Orchard, and Peer Gynt.
In Santa Barbara, she’s co-co-hosted Live From The Piano Kitchen, a stupid and fun variety show/podcast, and performed with Ensemble Theatre Company, Elements Theatre Collective, Ratatat Theater Group, the UCSB Theatre Department, Playfest & Prism Productions, and the Piano Kitchen Radio Players. aIn 2016, Paige received a SB Indy award for her performance in their two-woman show Mad & A Goat. Since 2013, Mad & A Goat has performed in seven cities across the U.S. (CoHo Productions SummerFest, Portland, Brooklyn Yard, New York, Denver Crossroad Theater, Fort Collins Fringe Festival, The Cohen New Works Festival, Austin, Santa Barbara, Salvage Vanguard Theater, Austin). While working in commercials and indie films in Los Angeles, Paige is currently co-creating a web series called Friends with Fear, a boogie boarding dramedy in pre production. Paige sings and plays keyboard in an experimental feminist gal band, releasing it’s first concept album, Who Knows What you Are, sometime in 2021.