Stephanie Carlin

New York City, NY, USA

Gender Identity: Woman, Non-Conforming
Pronouns: She/her
Has a disability: Neurally diverse

Stephanie L. Carlin is a composer, writer, audio engineer and orchestrator based in New York City, NY. She graduated Summa Cum Laude at Berklee College of Music working in TV, theatre, and film. She recently scored a pilot “Two Anxious Bisexuals” which was selected for the 2022 Cannes Short Film Festival. Her work was featured at the NYMF and she has arranged for concerts benefitting MAESTRA and Ring of Keys. She has sound designed for Gretchen Cryer’s “True Stories” festival and Twenty-Sided Tavern at Broadway Playhouse in Chicago. She is an alum of the BMI Lehman Engel Musical Theatre Workshop and is currently writing two musicals, "Spectrum" and "in theory". She is always willing to discover, write new music, and create soundscapes that everyone can enjoy.

PRODUCTION ROLE: Bookwriter, Composer, Dance Arranger, Lyricist, Music Copyist, Orchestrator, Sound Designer, Sound Design Associate, Sound Engineer, Vocal Arranger.

Contract Type(s):
School Productions, Off-Broadway, Regional Theater