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Reviews

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Steel Magnolias

“The exquisite Beech invests Shelby with a well of warmth and humanity as deep as her love for her signature colors ‘bashful and blush.’” - stagesceneLA

“Ivy Beech makes a lovely and lively Shelby who dazzles.” - Rob Stevens, Haines His Way

“Ivy Beech wonderfully plays the center of attention of Truvy’s Salon…fresh, top-notch Talents…a spot-on ensemble of six amazing actresses, smoothly and expertly helmed by director Cameron Watson. “ - Broadway World

“Beech does great work as Shelby, particularly in her relationship with M’Lynn. Magic is on full display. Top Ten, Recommended!” - Stage Raw

“Shelby is played superbly by Ivy Beech. A Powerhouse Ensemble! Everything just works!” - LA Theatre Bites

“Laughs & tears Flow! Watson’s STEEL MAGNOLIAS owees it’s charm to six particular ingredients: Ivy Beech, Lori Berg, Deborah Marlowe, Nana McNamara, Heidi Palomino, and Treva Tegtmeier. I challenge the most sophisticated of you not to cry at the end.” - LA Times

 

Anna Karenina

“ Ivy Beech, who delivers a moving performance as Kitty, is terrific.”

— Stage Raw, Terry Morgan

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Cat’s Paw

“Beech’s hardened Cathy proves equally mesmerizing as a pawn in a cat-and-mouse game of earth-altering magnitude. Beech [does] some of [her] finest work to date in [a] role that could not be more radically different from [her] delicious comedic turn two years ago in Pride And Prejudice. [She] holds audience members riveted for a breakneck hour and a half.”

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Pride & Prejudice

“Ivy Beech could not be more beguiling — or more touching — as Jane” — stagesceneLA 

“Ivy Beech is delightful, endowing the adaptation with energy and surprising flashes of wisdom and maturity.” — Stage Raw

“Ivy Beech (Jane), plays the lovely Bennet sister and her devotion is heartwarming to watch. She is simply captivating.” — Michelle Sandoval, Edge Media Network

“The control Ivy Beech (Jane) had was some of the most heart wrenching holding in of emotions I have ever seen. The chin quiver, the smile, the trembling hands...just amazing.” — Sean Flannery

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The Diviners

“Ivy Beech imbue(s) her fully-developed character with such empathy and heroic patience. Beech charms in her interrupted innocence of a teenage girl attracted to a man for possibly her first time.” — Broadway World

“Ivy Beech is excellent as Jennie Mae, the girl who starts falling for C.C” — LA Times

“Ivy Beech gives a lovely performance as Buddy’s 16-year old sister Jennie Mae, who acts like a mother to her older brother, but has distinctly different feelings for C.C. Their growing attraction and hesitation is believable.” — Rob Stevens, Haines His Way 

“A radiant Ivy Beech makes a memorable Co-op debut as Buddy’s spunky 16-year-old sister Jennie Mae. ” — stagesceneLA


 

"When the reality comes crashing down on Wendla, the innocent humor of the stork is replaced by a tragedy that is powerfully staged, with Ivy Beech giving a very strong performance from the curious girl embracing and hungry for life, to the shocked and broken young woman who could never have foreseen the turn of events that threaten to shatter her." - Rob Hopper, National Youth Theater
*Nominated Best Lead Actress in a Drama, National Youth Theater Awards

"The format of the script is mostly journalistic in style, but that doesn’t prevent some powerful, emotional moments. Mary Anne Whites’s (Ivy Beech) genuine regret, still so haunted by the moment her husband told her of his actions that she can scarcely face it." - Rob Hopper, National Youth Theater
*Nominated Best Supporting Actress in a Drama, National Youth Theater Awards

 

Awards & Accolades

Austin Comedy Short Film Festival Nomination -

Best Actress in a Leading Role (Do Not Disturb)

Scene Award - Outstanding Ensemble in a Play (CATS PAW),

Outstanding Actress in a Featured Role (PRIDE & PREJUDICE)

Robby Award Nomination - Best Supporting Actress in a Drama (THE DIVINERS)

National Youth Theater Award Nomination -

Best Lead Actress in a Drama &

Best Supporting Actress in a Drama

 

 
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