Mary-Mitchell Campbell

Mary-Mitchell Campbell

A composer, music director, music supervisor, orchestrator, conductor, and teacher. Mary-Mitchell Campbell is one of the brightest and most acclaimed musical artists in New York theatre. She won a 2006-2007 Drama Desk Award for her orchestration of Company, for which she also served as music director.

Ms. Campbell has worked on New York productions of Next to NormalCompany, Sweeney ToddBeauty and the BeastThe Scarlet PimpernelThe Prince and the PauperFirst Lady SuiteThe World of Nicky AdamsOur TownGo Go BeachThe Screams of Kittle GenoveseThe Audience, and Sweet Charity at Lincoln Center.

Mary-Mitchell also holds the distinction of being one of the youngest individuals to ever serve on the faculty at the Julliard School.

She is the founder and chair of Artists Striving to End Poverty, an international organization that seeks to empower young children through self-expression.

Mary-Mitchell is a native of North Carolina and holds degrees from the North Carolina School of the Arts and Furman University.