Paige Davis and Oper. Backpack

Another announcement!

My dear, dear friend Paige Davis will be joining me on Thursday December 8th.

And there is an added plus.  We've set up a ticket code for this event.  When you use the code: PD1208 to purchase you tickets, 10% of the ticket price will go to Paige's Charity OPERATION BACKPACK.

So come and hear Paige sing.  We'll tell some stories and a percentage of your ticket will go to help a great many people.

Use The Code

About Paige

Paige Davis is currently the host of Home Made Simple, a new series on the Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN).

She was most recently seen on Broadway as Gloria in the highly acclaimed and absolutely hilarious Boeing-Boeing.
She is best known as the effervescent star of Trading Spaces, TV’s groundbreaking design-reality show.

Ms. Davis’ book, Paige by Paige, A Year of Trading Spaces, spent several weeks at the top of the New York Times Bestseller list.
Her true love, however, is theatre and dance.

She starred in the national touring company of Broadway’s Sweet Charity and on Broadway as Roxie Hart in the musical Chicago. She also performed in the U.S. national tour, and the Las Vegas and Portugal productions. Before Chicago, Paige played Babette in the first national tour of Broadway’s Beauty and the Beast. She also enjoyed a stint in the national tour of the Vagina Monologues and has graced the stages of numerous regional theaters.
Paige has appeared on The Tonight Show, The Oprah Winfrey Show, The Today Show, The View, The Dr. Phil Show, The Martha Stewart Show, Gameshow Marathon, and many others.

Paige devotes much of her time to her favorite charities. She is an official spokesperson for Volunteers of America’s Operation Backpack and a frequent emcee and performer for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights Aids, among many others.
A graduate of the Meadows School of the Arts at SMU,

Paige lives in Manhattan with her husband and their adorable Maltese, Sophie. Visit

More on Operation Backpack

We are the largest provider of services to the homeless, as well as for children with early learning disabilities, domestic violence victims, kids aging out of foster care, AIDS patients, veterans, etc. There is a tremendous emphasis on learning and education. ALL with a focus on developing independent functioning, productive, and contributing people in our society.  We do not give hand outs, we give hands up. Over 40,000 men, women and children benefit from our programs every day. 


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