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David Ives

David Ives appears in the following:

David Ives and Carson Elrod: “All in the Timing”

Monday, February 18, 2013

Playwright David Ives and actor Carson Elrod talk about “All in the Timing.” It's currently playing at Primary Stages at 59E59 Theaters and has just been extended through April 14.

What have you read or seen over the past year (book, play film, etc…) that moved or surprised you?
Haneke's Amour

What are you listening to right now?

Stravinsky — everything

What's the last great book you read?
Wittgenstein's "Philosophical Investigations"

What's one thing you're a fan of that people might not expect?
English punk rock

What's your favorite comfort food?
What's "comfort food"?

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Guest Picks: David Ives

Monday, February 18, 2013

Playwright David Ives came by the Lopate Show with actor Carson Elrod to talk about his play "All in the Timing." He shared his guest picks with us.

What have you read or seen over the past year (book, play film, etc…) that moved or surprised you?
Haneke's Amour

What are you listening to right now?

Stravinsky — everything

What's the last great book you read?
Wittgenstein's "Philosophical Investigations"

What's one thing you're a fan of that people might not expect?
English punk rock

What's your favorite comfort food?
What's "comfort food"?

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Venus in Fur

Friday, February 12, 2010

Playwright David Ives and actress Nina Arianda talk about Classic Stage Company's critically acclaimed comedy, “Venus in Fur.” It’s playing at Classic Stage Company, at 136 E. 13th Street, through March 7. More information and tickets here.

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Leonard's Questions: David Ives

Friday, February 12, 2010

David Ives talks about his favorite movie and more after his appearance on The Leonard Lopate Show.

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Is He Dead? A New Mark Twain Comedy

Tuesday, January 15, 2008

Playwright David Ives adapted a newly-discovered Mark Twain comedy for "Is He Dead?" The play is about a struggling artist who stages his own death to drive up the price of his paintings. It’s at the Lyceum Theatre, at 149 W. 45th St. between 6th and 7th Aves.

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Metro-Goldwyn-Freud

Saturday, February 04, 2006

In 1925, the movie mogul Samuel Goldwyn traveled all the way to Vienna to meet Sigmund Freud. Goldwyn wanted the famous doctor to consult on movies for MGM -- to tell filmmakers what was really happening in famous love stories. Freud, however, refused even to see Goldwyn. Playwright

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Metro-Goldwyn-Freud

Saturday, July 02, 2005

In 1925, the movie mogul Samuel Goldwyn traveled all the way to Vienna to meet Sigmund Freud. Goldwyn wanted the famous doctor to consult on movies for MGM — to tell filmmakers what was happening psychologically in famous relationships like Anthony and Cleopatra's. Freud, however, refused even to see Goldwyn. ...

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Moby-Dude

Saturday, December 04, 2004

Studio 360 presents the world premiere of Moby-Dude from David Ives, the master of the short play. Mark Price plays a contemporary teenager who summarizes the great American novel for his English teacher ... in two minutes flat. Produced by Jonathan Mitchell.

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Special Guest: David Ives

Saturday, August 30, 2003

Kurt Andersen and playwright David Ives talk about how very tiny things capture the imagination.

David Ives is a playwright who's been called "the maestro of the short form" by The New York Times. He's probably best known for his one-act comedies including All in the Timing and Mere Mortals. ...

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Shahzia, Miniature, Microsound

Saturday, August 30, 2003

Kurt Andersen and playwright David Ives talk about how very tiny things capture the imagination.

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Shahzia, Miniature, Microsound

Saturday, February 08, 2003

Kurt Andersen and playwright David Ives talk about how very tiny things capture the imagination.

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Special Guest: David Ives

Saturday, February 08, 2003

Kurt Andersen and playwright David Ives talk about how very tiny things capture the imagination.

David Ives is a playwright who's been called "the maestro of the short form" by the New York Times. He's probably best known for his one-act comedies including All in the Timing and Mere Mortals. ...

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