Stephen has written special material lyrics for such stars as Marlo Thomas, Christine Baranski, Jason Graae and others. Here's sampling.

Songs & Special Material

Songs & Special Material

Christine Baranski sings "Hot for Howdy" Lyric by Stephen Cole, Music by Jeffrey Saver

Gary Beach sings "Give it to Liz" Lyric by Stephen Cole, Music by Glen Roven

Jason Graae sings "Without the Words" Lyric by Stephen Cole, Music by Jeffrey Saver

(from ​Tommy Tune's 54 Forever)

"The show's one original song, Lament for Three Jersey Girls (by composer Jeffrey Saver and lyricist Stephen Cole), is terrific, theatrical and funny. More like that, please." - Christine Dolen, Miami Herald

Rebecca Luker sings "Alice's Song"

Lyric by Stephen Cole, Music by David Krane

Stephen Cole sings "Me on Tap"

Lyric by Stephen Cole, Music by Matthew Ward

(From Piano Bar)

Bob Stillman sings "Perfect"

Lyric by Stephen Cole, Music by Claibe Richardson

Carolee Carmello sings "I'm a Mommy Too"

Lyric by Stephen Cole, Music by Steven Silverstein

Mary Testa sings "Am I Too Broad for Broadway"

Lyric by Stephen Cole, Music by Jeffrey Saver

(Written for Dorothy Loudon)

Judy Blazer sings "One More Star Will Be Dancing"

Lyric by Stephen Cole, Music by Jeffrey Saver

Stephen Cole sings "Lifetime Achievement" - special material written for Marlo Thomas

Stephen Cole sings "Living Landmarks"- special material written for Marlo Thomas & Phil Donahue

Once upon a time, Stephen Cole and Todd Ellison wrote three songs on spec for a musical version of Betty Boop. They almost got the gig, but not quite. Here are the three songs.

 

"Why Can't We?"

sung by Lauren Kennedy

"A Girl's Best Friend"

sung by Christian Borle 

"The Vaunce" sung by David Hibbard, Stephen Cole & Dominique Plaisant

Two Examples of Stephen's Special Material Lyrics written for the Drama League's Tribute to

Neil Patrick Harris

"Be a Guest"

performed by Zach Levi and Chorus

"The Wrap-Up Rap"

performed by Audra McDonald

"Christmas Morning"

performed by Nikki Renee Daniels and Chorus and the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra

"Christmas Morning"

by Todd Ellison and Stephen Cole, orchestrated by Michael Starobin is represented by the Rodgers and Hammerstein Concert Library

Click here to see Stephen singing "Everyone Who's Anyone" a song he wrote when he was 15!


Starring Marni Nixon, Klea Blackhurst, George Dvorsky, Lynne Halliday, Colleen Zenk, Sara Zahn, Scott Thompson, Jim Stanek, Lindsay Roberts, Barbara Minkus, Jeff Saver, David Evans, David Krane, Todd Ellison & Matthew Martin Ward

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