Derrick Ivey

Derrick Ivey has collaborated as director, actor, and designer with regional companies including Manbites Dog, Playmakers Repertory, Cape Fear Regional Theater, Theatre Raleigh/Hot Summer Nights, Deep Dish, The Durham Savoyards, StreetSigns, Little Green Pig, Archipelago, NC Symphony, Temple Theater, Duke University Theater Studies, William Peace University Theater, and The ArtsCenter.  Noted performances include Emcee in “Cabaret,” C.P. Ellis in “Best of Enemies,” Alan Raleigh in “God of Carnage,” Howie in “Rabbit Hole,” Martin in “The Goat,” Richard Nixon in “Nixon’s Nixon,” Orson Welles in “Orson’s Shadow,” Edgar in “King Lear,”  Boyet in “Love’s Labours Lost,” Mark Antony in “Julius Caesar,” and many years of dance performances with choreographer Killian Manning.