Donkey Punch at the NYIT Awards

Ivy Theatre's Donkey Punch was nominated for three New York Innovative Theatre awards - Outstanding Original Full Length Script, Premier Production, and Outstanding Actress in a Lead Role (Diana Oh). We are thrilled and honored to be recognized among this group of amazing nominees! Conor O'Brien even wrote a blog piece about us.

Stay tuned on September 22 to find out who takes home the awards!



Donkey Punch Moves Off-Broadway!

Originally posted July 11, 2014

We are thrilled to announce that Donkey Punch, by Micheline Auger, is being transferred for an Off Broadway run at SoHo Playhouse!

Tickets are on sale now for July 25-August 31st!

Uninhibited Kareena delves into monogamy while her uptight best friend, Sam, starts dating a pornographer. In the ultramodern world of sex, relationships and blurred lines, is it punch or be punched?



Party with us Saturday, April 26th!

Originally posted April 13, 2014

Ivy Theatre and Funny…Sheesh Productions are coming together to produce 2 shows that share the space, set and designers! Join us on April 26th at 7:30pm to celebrate this crazy awesome collaboration!

Tickets: $15 (includes a drink ticket until 8:30pm…sweet!)
Raffle Prizes Galore
Art exhibit: The Noir Donkey Project: fabulous artists are creating pieces inspired by our show! Even better, you can bid on them throughout the entire run!
Drinks…of course
Food…appetizer type awesomeness
Music…it’s going to be live and it’s going to rock!

150 W 30th St, 14th Floor…the space alone is worth the trip!

Join the Event on Facebook!

Let’s party!



NY Times Review of Like Poetry

Originally posted October 5, 2013

This highly promising production, which concluded its run on Wednesday night, is beautifully structured, with an impressive blend of poignancy and humor, nicely distinct performances, and respectfully playful direction by Audrey Alford. Read Full Article Here



Like Poetry at LaMaMA, FringeNYC!

Originally posted July 21, 2013

LIKE POETRY by Kristian O’Hare 
part of FringeNYC (The New York International Fringe Festival)
directed by Audrey Alford

with Katie Braden, Robert Crozier, Andrew Dawson, Jim deProphetis, Pat Dwyer and Brian Patrick Murphyat The Ellen Stewart Theatre at LaMaMa
74A East 4th Street (btw Bowery & 2nd Ave)
New York, NY 10003
dates TBA

Like Poetry traces the metamorphosis of main character, Stagger as he confronts issues of physical and emotional intimacy surrounding his homosexuality. By employing extensive knowledge of entomology, the poetry of Walt Whitman, and unique therapies of a nontraditional doctor, Stagger gains the skills needed to confront the past and embrace his future.

For Press inquiries:
Company Contact: Audrey Alford
FringeNYC press contact: Ron Lasko (212) 505-1700 x 11 or