Conversation with G. Victoria Campbell, composer/writer of "Treeson: An Eco-Musical"
Musicals with Impact
Broadway ReFocused is in conversation with G. Victoria Campell, writer and composer of the new musical: Treeson: An Eco-Musical. A new musical theatre writer, Victoria has created this entire musical during the COVID pandemic in Switzerland. Her dual background in psychology and music have informed the themes of her art, which focus on doing mission-driven work, inspiring people to act on behalf of the collective as opposed to the individual, and activism. Treeson: An Eco-Musical is set in present-day North America, in the beautiful landscape of the Pacific Northwest, where many respect nature, but others seek to destroy it. Treeson is educating, inspiring and entertaining listeners about climate change on its debut concept album released January 15th, 2021 on all music platforms. Learn more about Victoria on her website: https://www.treesonmusical.com/, and on IG @treesonmusical. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Have you ever heard about an Eco-Musical? 🧐 Well, this is your chance because G. Victoria Campbell explains her creative process writing TREESON: an Eco-Musical! 🌱 Vicki shares with us her story, how during 2020 she started writing and assembled a team with people from around the world to bring this musical to life! 🌎 They released their Original Cast Recording last Friday, January 15th, you can listen to it in ever music streaming platform! 🤩 Catch every update on their Instagram or their Facebook Fan page! Leave a comment and a rate in Apple Podcasts! I’ll appreciate it! Big shout-out and thanks to Juan Hernández and Andrea Martínez for our wonderful intro and outro music!
Interview with Playwrite, Composer-Lyricist & Vocalist G. Victoria Campbell
The Stage Door Show
Dave Hondel sits down with G. Victoria Campbell, who is an emerging playwright, composer and lyricist from Seattle, WA. She wrote book, music and lyrics to TREESON: An Eco-Musical. She has an M.A. and Ph.D. in Industrial-Organizational Psychology from Seattle Pacific University, and a B.S. in Psychology from the University of Washington where she minored in Music and performed in local choirs and ensembles. Her psychology background has given her insight into how to create compelling characters, and her storytelling, business and networking skills have served her well in transitioning to the world of musical theater. She is a member of the Dramatists Guild and BMI, and currently resides in Zürich, Switzerland. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thestagedoorshow/message
In this penultimate episode of The Stagey Place for 2020, Eliott is joined in the virtual studio by G. Victoria Campbell, who throughout lockdown has developed and produced Treeson The Musical, and she's here to chat all about her experiences developing it with an international team of creatives. We also have exclusive sneak peeks with some of the tracks from the musical itself! You can follow Treeson The Musical on Instagram and Twitter (@TreesonMusical). You can follow The Stagey Place on Instagram and Twitter (@TheStageyPlace).----more----
Guest host, Emily Hobbs and competitive debater, Victoria Campbell, discuss the importance of persuasive, eloquent speech. Help us beat the big tech algorithm by rating and leaving a review below! Insta: underage_media Twitter:kimberscharest underagemedia.wordpress.com
SUMMER SESSION #1: Victoria Campbell, Founder & CEO: Lips By Vicki
Peace Of Mind with The Soul Koach
Hey Hey Peace Makers, This episode is Summer Session #1 and I met up with Victoria Campbell, CEO of Lips by Vicki to learn more about her entrepreneurial journey while being a college student studying nursing in Savannah, GA. #KeepSocial with Vicki: Follow Victoria on IG: @_LipsByVicki Email: Victoriacampbell78@gmail.com * * #KeepItSocial: Peace Of Mind, L.L.C. IG: @Your_PeaceOfMind The Soul Koach IG: @TheSoulKoach Peace Of Mind, L.L.C. Twitter: @KeepSmilingPom The Soul Koach Twitter: @TheSoulKoach YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/peaceofmindwithtsk Email address: email@example.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/thesoulkoach/message
Episode 017 – Victoria Campbell – Adventurer Filmmaker and Actor
Podcast Episodes – Off Off Pod
I’ve decided Victoria is amazing and fearless. And I don’t know if she’d define herself as an “Adventurer” but after talking to her I felt like that word needed to be in the title of her interview! We got to know each other when she was in a production of my play, Home of the Great Pecan at The Drilling Company, and over the years I’ve seen two of her films, House of Bones (about her lovable, eccentric family and childhood home on Martha’s Vineyard — not to be confused with a horror film of the same name!) and The Hunt for Good Americans where she and a friend traveled across this great country finding and filming all sorts of cool characters. [I’ll put up links to see these films as they become available.] I had heard a few stories about her most current project where she daringly finagled her way into Haiti 7 days after the earthquake of 2010. I knew there would be some amazing tales about that journey, and, boy, I was not disappointed. You must listen! By the way, the Haiti documentary, Monsieur le Président, is playing TOMORROW as part of The Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival at 10 am at the Chilmark School. Check out this great article from the Martha’s Vineyard Times. Topics covered in the interview: Intro (0:00) Hello Victoria; growing up in Martha’s Vineyard in an artsy family (3:12) Film: House of Bones (10:39) Film: The Hunt for Good Americans (18:55) Back road hookers in Ely, Nevada, Crow Reservation in Montana (21:06) Blues man, Razorblade, in Clarksdale, Mississippi (27:22) Film: Monsieur le Président; the Haiti Earthquake in 2010 (32:29) The aftershock 6.2; drafted as a “nurse” (36:22) The Voodoo Priest, Gaston (41:50) Ukrainian transgender in Canarsie, NY (52:11) “Bizarre, Interesting or Horrible Audition Stories” (53:17) As usual my buddy Sal Clemente (of Ultrasonic Rock Orchestra) who wrote the podcast theme song, “Here We Go Again,” plays us out. URO has a concert coming up. Click the link to find out more!