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Amy Sapp

Amy Sapp - Contributor at ShowTickets.com

Born and raised in Florida, Amy is concert booker, producer, publicist, and social media consultant. She graduated from the University of Florida and immediately moved to Manhattan. Amy serves as the Late Night Programming Associate and an Original Producer for Feinstein’s/54 Below; she also manages social media for talents in the theatrical, fashion, and songwriting industries. She has been profiled in Forbes for her concert work. Amy is a proud dog mother to Pippin the Pomeranian. She can be found on Twitter and Instagram @amyesapp

Posts (149)

  • 8 Reasons to Beat the Heat at Rosé Mansion This Summer

    Category General

    |by Amy Sapp |July 29, 2019

    Sample wines from around the world without ever leaving Manhattan

  • Broadway Beat: ‘Beauty and the Beast’ and ‘Rock of Ages’ Revivals, Stars in the Alley Updates, More

    Category Broadway

    |by Amy Sapp |April 26, 2019

    Plus, Shoshanna Bean and Jeremy Jordan extend their runs in ‘Waitress’ 

  • Broadway Beat: Audra McDonald to Return to Broadway in 'Frankie & Johnny,' ‘Frozen’ Casting & More

    Category Broadway

    |by Amy Sapp |January 25, 2019

    Plus, ‘Be More Chill’ announces a karaoke contest

  • Broadway Beat: ‘The Prom’ Cast Album, ‘Hamilton’ Puerto Rico, More

    Category Broadway

    |by Amy Sapp |January 14, 2019

    Plus, ‘Kinky Boots’ and ‘The Ferryman’ add cast members

  • Broadway Beat: Sara Bareilles Returns to ‘Waitress,’ ‘Avenue Q’ to Close & More

    Category Broadway

    |by Amy Sapp |December 20, 2018

    Plus, 2019 will see an unconventional Broadway revival of Oklahoma!

  • Top 10 Panels Not to Miss at BroadwayCon 2019

    Category Broadway

    |by Amy Sapp |December 17, 2018

    Broadway’s ultimate fan convention returns to New York City

  • The Reviews Are In: Jeff Daniels in ‘To Kill A Mockingbird’ on Broadway

    Category Broadway

    |by Amy Sapp |December 14, 2018

    How did critics respond to Aaron Sorkin’s adaptation of Harper Lee’s legendary novel?