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Ally Ibach is an actor and theatre artist - with bases in NYC, Baltimore, and London. Ally holds an M.A. in Acting from East 15 Drama School in the United Kingdom, where they performed as Ariel in The Tempest at Shakespeare's Globe. Most recently, Ally made their Off-Broadway debut with their play Midnight Cowboy Radio at Theatre Row.


Ally also works as a voiceover and teaching artist  (Institutions include West End Workshops, Little Actors Studio, Everyman Theatre and Baltimore Center Stage).    

Ally is a proud Equity Actor (US & UK).

Ally also holds a B.F.A. in Acting from Towson University, where they received an award from the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival for their research and portrayal of Beth in A Lie of the Mind by Sam Shepard. Other background includes training under Larry Silverberg in the Meisner Technique at the True Acting Institute and solo performance at the University of Exeter in the United Kingdom.

Designed by Gabrielle Rodriguez

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Photography by Aakruti Sarangdhar



Written and Performed by Ally Ibach

Midnight Cowboy Radio is a play written & performed by by Ally Ibach. This clip was from East 15 Drama School's MA Acting showcase, directed by Matthew Lloyd at the Corbett Theatre with 'International Voices.' The featured song is 'American Pie' by Don McLean. All rights to original song writer/owner. 'Midnight Cowboy Radio' was developed and performed for Edinburgh Fringe in 2022 and at 'Raise the Vibration' at the Bread & Roses Theatre (Off West End) in 2023. Midnight Cowboy Radio came to NYC, under the direction of Patricia Runcie-Rice and was a Semi- Finalist in the Act One, One Act Festival at the Secret Theatre in NYC (Off-off Broadway), Baltimore Center Stage's Inaugural "Locally Grown Festival", and performed with United Solo at Theatre Row in NYC (Off-Broadway).


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Photography by Sub/Urban


Ally is currently developing a television pilot, Lady Lazarus, playing a young Sylvia Plath, upon first arriving in Cambridge in 1955. This story follows the ambition and creativity that drove this prolific poet to finding her voice.


Performances with Scatter at Omnibus Theatre & King's Head Theatre (London)

Videos by Roshi Cowen & JV8 Productions

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