Infinite Variety Productions (IVP) is a registered 501c3 theatre company dedicated to spotlighting women who have gone unnoticed throughout history and demanding awareness of women's roles in historical, current and possible events.
In Shakespeare's Antony and Cleopatra, Antony
says of Cleopatra:
Age cannot wither her, nor custom stale
Her infinite variety.
IVP believes all women are made of infinite varieties
and deserve to be celebrated and revered.
We collaborate, educate, and engage by:
- Using Documentary Theatre to explore how and why history repeats itself and look at the human moments within these elevated historical moments.
-Hosting talkbacks with experts in the subject matter of our work.
-Performing in alternative, environmental spaces, such as museums and memorials.
-Teaching educational workshops in schools.
IVP has received match donations from Bank of America.
WOSL (Women Overseas Service League to perform In Their Footsteps in San Antonio
for their annual convention
Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner and Smith, Inc. to perform In Their Footsteps for their event of, “Empowering Women” at Claudette’s Restaurant
The American Airpower Museum to perform Censored on Final Approach as a
partnership at their WWII hangar in Long Island.
Bethpage Historical Society to perform These Shining Lives
for Women’s History Month at The Farmingdale Library
SNAP to perform Eclipse at Their Annual Convention in
Washington DC at the Sheraton Hotel Ballroom.
Received grants from:
The Kuehne Foundation
Resident Artist at:
...entertaining, provocative, and informative
~ The Huffington Post
Based on the exposé that shocked the world, “Ten Days in the Mad-house,” IVP and Wildrence’s newest show, Nellie and the Women of Blackwell, gives you the opportunity to join Nellie as she navigates the halls of Blackwell Asylum.
59 Canal Street
Opening January 30
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Want to bring IVP to your venue, event or project? We make it easy for you!
All of IVPs shows can be easily transported to any and all venues. We believe in making the environment a part of the show and taking any event and connecting it to women’s history as well as to the present day audience.
This past year Merrill Lynch hired IVP for their women and finance event. Performing in an NYC restaurant IVP took their show about women veterans and ended with a discussion of what it was like for women in a male-dominated workplace. The performers used every area of the restaurant.
IVPs show about The Radium Girls was hired for Mt. Sinai’s Health and Occupational Welfare Seminar and took place in a lecture hall.
Having performed in traditional theatre spaces, outdoor venues, numerous school groups, ballrooms, restaurants and even an old WWII hangar, IVP would love to be a part of your upcoming event.