Ivy Theatre Company

Todays Date: 12/12/19
Last Update: 04/17/14 09:22:30 PM
 
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 Ivy Theatre Company was founded by Audrey Alford, Katie Braden, and Gwenevere Sisco.  We are dedicated to dynamic storytelling that explores the human condition in a visceral way in order to provoke thought and challenge both the artist and the audience.  Our work climbs inside, up and over the walls that have confined and silenced the voices of the few and the oppressed.  


Schedule of Upcoming Productions

No New Productions Scheduled

Production History

Black Ice  | Open: 07/21/13 Close: 08/04/13
Ivy Theatre Company and The Midtown International Theatre Festival present:
 
BLACK ICE by Lezlie Revelle
 
directed by Audrey Alford
with Katie Braden, Lauren Dortch Crozier, Mara Lileas, Gwenevere Sisco & Lindsey Zelli
 
Friendships hit the ice when a coming out sends Harmony skidding out of control.
 
at WorkShop Theater Jewel Box, 312 West 36th St., 4th Floor, New York, NY 10018  (cross street 8th Ave.)
 
Sunday, July 21, 1:00 PM
Wednesday, July 24, 8:00 PM
Wednesday, July 31, 8:45 PM
Saturday, August 3, 2:00 PM
Sunday, August 4, 8:30 PM
 
for more information and tickets ($18) go to:
www.midtownfestival.org
www.ivytheatre.com      
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The Feminism Of A Soft Merlot Or (how The Donkey Got Punched)  | Open: 05/24/14 Close: 06/22/14
Sexually adventurous Kareena delves into monogamy with her boyfriend Teddy, while her inhibited best friend, Sam, starts dating Kyle, a pornographer. After a makeover, a scandal, and a documentary, the real question is, who is the donkey? The play asks what sexual empowerment and intimacy is in the age of online porn, dating, and pop culture. *Contains adult content and is not suitable for children and youth under 18.*


About the Company: Ivy Theatre Company

 Ivy Theatre Company was founded by Audrey Alford, Katie Braden, and Gwenevere Sisco.  We are dedicated to dynamic storytelling that explores the human condition in a visceral way in order to provoke thought and challenge both the artist and the audience.  Our work climbs inside, up and over the walls that have confined and silenced the voices of the few and the oppressed.  

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