Composer      Performer     Teaching Artist  

Monica Stephenson is more than a composer and vocalist. She is a poet with an extraordinary gift for capturing the words to tell stories from the hearts of those around her. She just so happens to have the musical talent to give these tales new life, integrating variation of style, harmony, instrumentation, and a vocal powerhouse into her work. Monica's performance and composition experience as well as her professional training provide a framework for her creativity, enabling her to infuse passion and brilliance into each new project with incredible energy and professionalism.

Monica brings a vibrant personality to the stage. Her comical timing and wit immediately draw in audiences, making her music sparkle and keeping fans glued to their seats. She has a fine-tuned radar for what works for her audiences, and she delivers incredible performances again and again.

Composer, singer, and comedian, Monica Stephenson is an artist you'll find hard to forget and easy to love.


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Register for my new workshop -  Be a Songwriter!

Brought to you by Arts Ed Collaborative's Creative Learning Rapid Response Program.

Make a song based on your own experiences and expressions.  Through journal writing, shared musical activities, lively discussion and original song presentation, students will explore lyrics, poetry, melody and simple music theory in this Virtual Residency!  And.. It's Free!

This three-part live Zoom series will take place on August 6, August 13, and August 20, 2020 at 10am. 

Click on this link for more info!

In honor of #143DayinPA, day of kindness to celebrate the legacy of Mr. Rogers, Prime Stage Theater has asked Monica Stephenson to make a children's song to promote kindness! . Enjoy and pass on some kindness of your own today!

#PrimeStageShares#citizensfortheartsinpa #pandemicofcreativitypa


Tyndale Place

The Phoebe and Otto Premiere Series • A World Premiere Musical Comedy

April 23 - May 17, 2020

Book & Lyrics by Jennifer Childs
Music by Monica Stephenson
Directed by Tracy Brigden
Starring Rachel Camp, Eileen Cella, Lee Minora, Emily Kleimo, and Ben Dibble

It’s 1953 in a homogenous American suburb. At the end of a cul-de-sac, three housewives lead quiet lives of childcare, housework, and bridge on Fridays. When a new neighbor, a former factory worker during the war, joins their clique, the ladies of Tyndale Place are introduced to a new way of life— one they never knew they wanted.