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Sammy Lopez (he/him) is a curious theatre-maker dedicated to uplifting historically excluded voices & stories through the arts.

He is a co-founder and producer of P3 Productions, a Tony Award-winning producing team led in partnership with Ben Holtzman and Fiona Howe Rudin. P3 is dedicated to building productions from the ground level to uplift new voices and communities. Current projects include Gun & Powder (coming to Paper Mill Playhouse in April 2024) and How to Dance in Ohio (coming to Broadway this November at the Belasco Theatre). Other Co-Producing credits include A Christmas Carol, Be More Chill, The Kite Runner, and A Strange Loop (with A Choir Full Productions) on Broadway and Orlando in London's West End. In 2020, Sammy co-founded The Industry Standard Group (TISG) and Second Act Theatrical Capital (2ATC), a decentralized leadership cohort of BIPOC producers strategically formed to promote work reflecting diversity and increase the presence of BIPOC investors and producers in the commercial producing arts and entertainment field. He is the program mentor for Theatre Producers Of Color (TPOC), an educator with The Business of Broadway, and the first resident director of New York City Children's Theater. Previously, he was a social media account manager at Marathon Digital representing Broadway productions, regional theatres, and other live entertainment clients. He was a 2022 TEDxBroadway speaker, a recipient of The Shubert Organization’s inaugural Artistic Circle, and a Broadway League Fellow & Rising Star. Sammy is a proud graduate of Syracuse University's School of Drama, L.A. County High School for the Arts, and serves on the board of the New 42/The New Victory Theatre, TYA/USA, and CO/LAB Theater Group.

Watch his 2022 TEDxBroadway talk: The Power of the Invitation

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