Victoria Saxton


Victoria Saxton


Victoria is a Librettist, Lyricist and Dramaturg currently living in London. She received an MFA from the Tisch School of Arts, NYU Graduate Musical Theatre Writing Programme. She also trained at the Royal Court Young Writers Programme and has a Masters’ Degree in Creative Writing from Dartmouth College, USA. Victoria’s most recent credits include the opening song for Simon Green’s Cabaret ‘So, this then is life’ which premiered at the Crazy Coqs opening the London Festival of Cabaret and transferred to 59E59 Theatre, New York for the ‘Brits Off Broadway’ Festival (music by David Shrubsole), “A Year with…Veronica Sexton” a one woman song cycle produced at TADA Theatre, NYC and “The Assistors”, a 20 minute musical both written with composer Julian Blackmore, Lee Strasburg Theatre Institute NYC and ‘Head of the Table’ with Australian composer, Paul Castles (AEA workshop, NYC). She has recently written a commission with composer Charles Miller called ‘Marriage a la mode’.

She currently facilitates a musical theatre writers group at the National Theatre and leads (and designed) a graduate musical theatre writing programme at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. She is a member of the Dramatist Guild.


Writer Type

Bookwriter, Lyricist