G. Victoria Campbell
G. Victoria Campbell, Ph.D. (she/her) is a singer-songwriter, musical theatre composer, lyricist, playwright, and DEI expert. Born and raised in Seattle, she moved to Switzerland in 2019, and then to NYC in 2022. Her mission as an artist is to uplift and empower marginalized communities by inspiring humanity toward collective action to help transform our society to have greater belonging, equity, and inclusion.
Projects include TREESON (O’Neill NMTC Semi-finalist ‘23, SheNYCArts Semi-finalist ‘23, Sparks Theater Festival '23, New Musical Project, ‘22), PHILIPPA (about Philippa Duke Schuyler) and WHICH TWIN WINS? Her songs have been performed at venues including 54 Below, The Green Room 42, Chelsea Factory, and the Union Theatre (London). Additionally, several songs from TREESON were selected for various showcases including the Musical Theatre Factory's Spring Salon (2023), Spotlight on New Musicals (London, 2022), Women in the Arts & Media Coalition Conversations in America (2022), Tin Pan Alley 2’s Concert Series (2021), The Latest Draft Podcast’s Season 2 Finale cabaret show (2021), the It's Time Climate Festival (2020), and Red Piano Productions Emerging Artists Showcase (London, 2020).
She is a member of the BMI Lehman Engel Musical Theater Workshop, a Soho House Foundation Fellow (‘23) and incoming artist-in-residence at The Tyrone Guthrie Center in Ireland (‘24). She writes music in a variety of genres including musical theater, folk, pop-rock, nu jazz, melodic metal and Nordic EDM and is a frequent collaborator with MoEoStAr, The Churning Mondays and Jacob Didas.
Memberships: BMI Lehman Engel MT Workshop, Dramatists Guild, BMI, Soho House, Maestra, MTF.
When she’s not writing music, she designs and delivers custom Human Resources and DEIA solutions for client organizations via her consultancy.
- NYC/Tri-State Area
- Seattle/Pacific NW
- Theatrical Composer (Music and Lyrics)
- Theatrical Lyricist
- Theatrical Bookwriter
- THE DRAMATISTS GUILD
Person of Color?