APAP NYC 2022
APAP|NYC is the world's premier gathering of the performing arts presenting, booking and touring industry and the annual members conference of the Association of Performing Arts Professionals.

APAP|NYC+ 2022 

What is APAP|NYC+ 2022?

APAP will host a hybrid conference in 2022---making the most of meeting together in-person in New York City, while also maximizing access, engagement and convenience through our online platform.

Two Ways In

What does "two ways in" look like?

Whether you choose to participate in-person, online or both, substantial and engaging conference activities will happen on both tracks.

Unlike what we might conventionally think of as a hybrid conference, this will not be a conference where everything is livestreamed for a (secondary) virtual audience and nothing else. While there may be sessions that are livestreamed, there will be many unique opportunities and experiences designed with the intended audience---in-person or online---in mind, including:
Professional Development - in-person and online
Plenaries - in-person and online
Networking - in-person and online
Exhibiting - in-person and online
Speed Dating - in-person and online
Fieldwide Conversations and Roundtable Discussions - in-person and online
Showcases - in-person and online

When and Where

When and where will the conference happen?

The in-person conference will take place January 14-17, 2022 at the New York Hilton Midtown. There will be online elements that overlay the in-person conference.

The online conference will happen January 10, 11 and 13, and will include events and activities that complement the in-person conference.

APAP will also host a pre-conference, featuring affinity groups and fieldwide conversations and sessions from December 6-8, 2021.  As it has been in the past, the pre-conference will be free and open-to-the-public. (Advance registration required.)

All registrants of the January conference will have access to the online events and  platform.
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Registration Rates

How much does the conference cost?

The following are the registration rates for APAP|NYC 2022
In-person* individual: $500
Online only individual: $150
In-person* exhibitor (includes booth fee): $595
In-person* additional exhibitor badges: $250
Online only exhibitor: $100
Online additional exhibitor badges: $50
Showcases listings for both online and in-person performances: TBA
Conference registration will open soon!

*All in-person registrations include full access to the online conference and platform.
APAP|NYC 2020 Registration Atmosphere by Adam Kissick/APAP

Coming soon

APAP|NYC 2020 Artists Institute by Adam Kissick/APAP
We will be sharing information in the coming weeks about:
Exhibiting at APAP|NYC
Hotel room rates
Showcasing and showcase listings
Schedule-at-a-glance
Conference rate relief

APAP|NYC+ 2022 Conference Committee

Thank you to the 2022 Conference Committee for their commitment and contributions.

Mark Alexander, executive director, Palm Beach State College
Michael Alexander, director, public programming, California Institute of Technology
Conference Co-Chair: Marc Baylin, president, Baylin Artists Management
Sophie Blumberg, associate producer, Octopus Theatricals
Andre Bouchaard, principal and founder, Indigenous Performance Productions
Gail Boyd, president, Gail Boyd Artist Management
Jonathan Campbell, head of outreach and strategic initiatives, Small World Music
Andrea Cuevas, director of presented events marketing, McCarter Theatre Center
Conference Co-Chair: Ally Haynes-Hamblen, director of Cultural Affairs, City of Las Vegas
Tommy Hensel, managing director, fine & performing arts center, Moraine Valley Community College
Conference Co-Chair: PennyMaria Jackson, Founder and chief creative officer, ArtzVenture
Laura Kratt, executive director, Appalachian Theatre
Sam Livingston, director of operations, Weill Music Institute, Carnegie Hall
Beth Macmillan, executive director, Artown
Dayna Martinez, senior programming director, Ordway Center for the Performing Arts
Tracey McFarland, Founder, president of booking, Broadway and Beyond Theatricals
Christopher Morgan, executive artistic director, Dance Place
Eric Nelson, client engagement officer, TRG Arts
Hanna Oravec, assistant director for programs, Wesleyan University, Center for the Arts
Kyoung Park, artistic director, Kyoung's Pacific Beat
Manuel Prestamo, president, PMI: Performance Management International
Tiffany Rea-Fisher, artistic director, Elisa Monte Dance
Crandall Rogers, founder and president, Four Mortals Prodcutions Inc.
Conference Co-Chair: Rosalba Rolon, artistic director, Pregones Theater
Jerry Ross, president, Harmony Artists, Inc.
Sarah Saltwick, co-director, sales & artistic relations, Holden & Arts Associates
Rena Shagan, president, Rena Shagan Associates, Inc.
Francine Sheffield, Founder/CEO, Sheffield Global Arts Management
Jake Stepansky, Co-founder, JETco.
Diana Tan, agent, ECE Touring
Todd Wetzel, executive director, Purdue Convocations
Mark Wilson, executive director, Lehigh University, Zoellner Arts Center
  • Mark Alexander, executive director, Palm Beach State College
  • Michael Alexander, director, public programming, California Institute of Technology
  • Conference Co-Chair: Marc Baylin, president, Baylin Artists Management
  • Sophie Blumberg, associate producer, Octopus Theatricals
  • Andre Bouchaard, principal and founder, Indigenous Performance Productions
  • Gail Boyd, president, Gail Boyd Artist Management
  • Jonathan Campbell, head of outreach and strategic initiatives, Small World Music
  • Andrea Cuevas, director of presented events marketing, McCarter Theatre Center
  • Conference Co-Chair: Ally Haynes-Hamblen, director of Cultural Affairs, City of Las Vegas
  • Tommy Hensel, managing director, fine & performing arts center, Moraine Valley Community College
  • Conference Co-Chair: PennyMaria Jackson, Founder and chief creative officer, ArtzVenture
  • Laura Kratt, executive director, Appalachian Theatre
  • Sam Livingston, director of operations, Weill Music Institute, Carnegie Hall
  • Beth Macmillan, executive director, Artown
  • Dayna Martinez, senior programming director, Ordway Center for the Performing Arts
  • Tracey McFarland, Founder, president of booking, Broadway and Beyond Theatricals
  • Christopher Morgan, executive artistic director, Dance Place
  • Eric Nelson, client engagement officer, TRG Arts
  • Hanna Oravec, assistant director for programs, Wesleyan University, Center for the Arts
  • Kyoung Park, artistic director, Kyoung's Pacific Beat
  • Manuel Prestamo, president, PMI: Performance Management International
  • Tiffany Rea-Fisher, artistic director, Elisa Monte Dance
  • Crandall Rogers, founder and president, Four Mortals Prodcutions Inc.
  • Conference Co-Chair: Rosalba Rolon, artistic director, Pregones Theater
  • Jerry Ross, president, Harmony Artists, Inc.
  • Sarah Saltwick, co-director, sales & artistic relations, Holden & Arts Associates
  • Rena Shagan, president, Rena Shagan Associates, Inc.
  • Francine Sheffield, Founder/CEO, Sheffield Global Arts Management
  • Jake Stepansky, Co-founder, JETco.
  • Diana Tan, agent, ECE Touring
  • Todd Wetzel, executive director, Purdue Convocations
  • Mark Wilson, executive director, Lehigh University, Zoellner Arts Center

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