Performer, What The Constitution Means to Me
Mike Iveson has appeared in dozens of productions in NYC. At the Public Theater, he was part of the original production of Gatz with the multiple-award-winning Elevator Repair Service company—which production the New York Times’ Ben Brantley famously considered “the most remarkable achievement in the theater not only of this year but of this decade”—and the recent revival of David Hare’s Plenty, as well as Measure for Measure and Arguendo. At New York Theatre Workshop, he starred as Hemingway’s alter ego Jake Barnes in Elevator Repair Service’s The Select/The Sun Also Rises, and also appeared in the company’s celebrated staging of Faulkner’s The Sound and the Fury as well as 2015’s Fondly, Collette Richland. Other recent theater includes Everyone’s Fine with Virginia Woolf (ERS/Abrons); the Obie-winning A Beautiful Day in November on the Greatest of the Great Lakes (New Georges); The World My Mama Raised (Clubbed Thumb); Crime or Emergency (PS 122); and Black Cat Lost (Soho Rep). He teaches theater every summer to NYC public-school teenagers with the legendary Wooster Group theater company. TV: Orange Is the New Black.
Watch Mike perform at the 2019 MAKERS Conference: