Sam Levy is a theatre Producer on Broadway, off-Broadway, and in the West End.
Prior to founding his own company, Sam was a member of the executive team at ATM Productions, a company producing theatre in New York and London, receiving over 80 Tony and 35 Olivier nominations since 1998. Recent productions include Dear Evan Hansen; Les Liaisons Dangereuses starring Liev Schreiber; An Act of God, starring Jim Parsons; The Elephant Man, starring Bradley Cooper; Lucky Guy, starring Tom Hanks; I'll Eat You Last, starring Bette Midler; Red, starring Eddie Redmayne and Alfred Molina; Hamlet, starring Jude Law; and the 2012 Broadway revival of Annie, starring Jane Lynch.
Until 2009, Sam was Director of Programming at the New York Summer Play Festival, an acclaimed incubator of new plays and musicals at the award-winning Public Theater in New York City. With an exceptional track record of identifying emerging talent, the Festival's writers and artists have gone on to receive numerous accolades, including awards and nominations for the Oscar, Tony, Olivier, Emmy, and Golden Globe, as well as the Pulitzer Prize for Drama. Many have developed successful projects for film, television and theatre in the United States and around the world.
Sam has been nominated for the Tony and Drama Desk Awards.