The American Theatre Wing and XM Satellite Radio present the interview with the actress-director on the weekly theatrical show on XM's On Broadway (XM Channel 28). The show plays April 13 at 6 PM with repeat broadcasts Saturday at noon, Sunday at 7 PM and Wednesday at 12 AM (ET). The two-time Tony Award winner talks about her newfound shift to directing, the Lee Thuna play Fugue, her move from Chicago to New York, her turn in Hurlyburly and more.
Ivey will next stage Marisa Wegrzyn's The Butcher of Baraboo as part of Second Stage Theatre's Uptown Festival. Her New York directing credits include Yeardley Smith: More, Southern Comforts and Fugue. As an actress, Ivey won her Tonys for Steaming and Hurlyburly. She has also appeared onstage in Park Your Car in Harvard Yard, Blithe Spirit and Follies as well as a stint at the Los Angeles Opera in Stephen Sondheim's A Little Night Music and television's "Designing Women."
"Downstage Center" programs run on XM and are then made available for free as streaming audio and in podcast form on ATW's website at americantheatrewing.org.