About Kate

Kate Campbell Stevenson

Kate Campbell Stevenson combines over 25 years of professional experience in music, theatre and education to create Women: Back to Future. She has starred in over 30 Broadway musicals produced in regional theaters across the United States, including Camelot, Carousel, My Fair Lady, The King and I, Show Boat, Music Man and I Do! I Do!, as well as performing in radio and TV commercials. In her one-woman show Kate brings to life historical women with “can do” attitudes who have inspired audiences from the poorest rural schools in South Carolina to the fanciest prep schools in LA; from small county fairs to the National Theatre and The Office of the President in Washington, D.C.; from state and national convention halls to renowned college and civic auditoriums.


Women: Back to Future began as a personal quest to inspire my own children and their peers to hold fast to their dreams and provide positive courageous role models. It soon became apparent that my message was appropriate for all age levels, from 5 to 105, to not hold themselves back, to break through personal and/or societal barriers, to make a plan and reach for their dreams. I am grateful to the many women, past and present, whose incredible stories and assistance continue to encourage and inspire me. I am proud to sing out their messages of hope and determination to new generations.

~ Kate Campbell Stevenson | Writer, Director, Actor


Kate Campbell Stevenson 2018 AAUW Maryland Woman of Distinction

June 1, 2018


Kate Campbell Stevenson was named the 2018 AAUW-Maryland Woman of Distinction. Stevenson joined four other women nominees from the national stage at the National Conference for College Women Student Leaders (NCCWSL) presented by AAUW from May 29 - June 1, 2018, at the University of Maryland, College Park.


The Women of Distinction program pays tribute to women leaders who have made extraordinary accomplishments in their professions or their communities. According to sources, “The women highlighted are leaders in their fields, innovators of unique programs and services, and prime examples of lifelong commitments to promoting equity for women and girls everywhere. The Women of Distinction program not only honors excellence, but also ingenuity and the ability to overcome barriers that still exist for women.”


Kate Honored by Maryland Educators

January 17, 2015


Maryland State Educators Association (MSEA) Women's Concern's Committee honors Kate Campbell Stevenson with the 2015 Dorothy Lloyd Women's Rights Award for her educational programs promoting equity and being a devoted catalyst for women's issues, families and communities.


Kate Honored by Maryland B.P.W.

November 15, 2014


Maryland State Business and Professional Women ( BPW/MD ) honored Kate Campbell Stevenson as BPW/MD 2014 Woman of Achievement. "Stevenson is recognized for her outstanding achievements, particularly her successful efforts in helping to educate, motivate and inspire women and girls."


  • Campbell Homecoming Concert "With a Song in My Heart", Historic Ionia Theatre, Ionia, MI
  • "With a Song in my Heart" (1 woman show), Montgomery College, Rockville, MD
  • Featured Soloist, Westfields International Conference Center, Chantilly, VA
  • National Press Club, Capitol Hill Club, Washington, DC
  • "Celebration" Singing Group, Washington Hilton, Sheraton Washington, Washington, DC
  • "Celebration" Singing Group, Greenbriar Hotel, Washington, DC



  • Britten's Ceremony of Carols
  • Mozart's Solemn Vespers
  • Schubert's Mass in G
  • Vivaldi's Gloria
  • Rutter's Gloria & Requiem
  • Handel's Messiah
  • Fundraiser performance for Flagstaff Symphony Orchestra, Flagstaff, AZ
  • Rutter's Magnificat
  • Mendelssohn's Elijah


  •  My Fair Lady- Eliza Doolittle
  •  Showboat-Julie
  •  Man of La Mancha- Aldonza
  •  Camelot- Guenevere
  •  Carousel- Julie
  •  The King and I- Anna
  •  Do! I Do!- Agnes
  •  Guys and Dolls- Sarah
  •  Hello Dolly- Mrs. Malloy
  •  Sound of Music- Mother Abbess
  •  Music Man- Marian
  •  1776- Abigail Adams
  •  42nd Street- Dorothy Brock



  • Adventure World - Cal Ripken - Season Pass
  •  Bill Kidd Toyota - Western Dance Hall Series
  •  City Line Theater - Camelot, My Fair Lady
  •  The Hecht Company - Annie's Closet
  •  Bob Rosenthal - Rosenthal Twins Series



  •  Indiana University School of Music, Michigan State University, BA
  •  Northwestern Illinois School of Music
  • Interlochen National Music Camp
  • Vocal Study, 14 years, 9 years with John Bullock, NYC

 Kate Campbell Stevenson presents:
Women: Back to the Future

Silver Spring, MD
Inquiries call: 301-622-1588