SALLY HORCHOW is a theater producer who splits her time between Los Angeles and New York. This season, she was an investor in the two Tony Award-winning hits, DEAR EVAN HANSEN and HELLO, DOLLY! (starring Bette Midler) and was a co-producer on the Pasadena Playhouse world-premiere play, GOD LOOKED AWAY, starring Al Pacino & Judith Light.
Her other recent credits include the critically acclaimed Broadway revival of Wendy Wasserstein's Pulitzer and Tony Award-winning play, THE HEIDI CHRONICLES, the Tony-nominated Broadway revival of the classic musical, ANNIE, and the Off-Broadway production and national tour of SMALL MOUTH SOUNDS. She is a member of the Broadway League, an alum of the Commerical Theater Institute, and currently serves on the boards of White Heron Theatre Company and the Yale School of Drama.
Sally is producing several upcoming projects under the Sally Horchow International Productions banner (SHIP) -- including a new musical called RIDE THE CYCLONE; UP HERE, a new musical by the Oscar™ winning songwriters of Frozen; and TOOTSIE: THE MUSICAL. SHIP is also producing a feature documentary called “Voices Carry,” about a Broadway camp for adults.
Before SHIP set sail, Sally was a lifestyle expert & brand consultant, journalist, on-air personality, and co-author (with her father, Roger Horchow) of The Art of Friendship: 70 Simple Rules for Making Meaningful Connections (St. Martin's Press, 2006.) Some highlights included: publishing multiple articles in The New York Times, becoming a Vegas showgirl for a day on AMC, and guest judging the Food Network’s Cupcake Wars.
Earlier in her career, Sally built her expertise in many aspects of the entertainment and media industries. She worked at NBC’s Late Night with Conan O'Brien, was the executive assistant to Steven Spielberg, produced an independent film, and was a Hollywood event planner, website producer, and interior designer.
Sally grew up in Dallas, Texas, and received her B.A. from Yale University.