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Debbie Gravitte

     One of Broadway’s biggest personalities, Debbie Gravitte received the Tony Award for her critically acclaimed performance in Jerome Robbins Broadway, along with the New York Showstopper Award and a Drama Desk Award nomination. She made her Broadway debut in the original cast of They’re Playing Our Song, and went on to appear in: Blues In The Night, Perfectly Frank (Drama Desk Award Nomination), Zorba, Ain’t Broadway Grand?, Chicago and Les Miserables. Debbie appeared in London in Jerry Herman’s Mack and Mabel at the Drury Lane Theatre. She’s also been seen in the New York City Encores! productions of The Boys From Syracuse, Tenderloin, and Carnival at New York’s City Center. Debbie has performed her nightclub act worldwide, from New York’s Rainbow and Stars, to London’s Pizza On The Park. In Atlantic City, she’s had the honor to open for George Burns and Jay Leno.

     Debbie has sung with over 100 orchestras worldwide, including National Symphony with Marvin Hamlisch, Cleveland Orchestra, Boston Pops, Cleveland Pops, Peter Nero and the Philly Pops, Pittsburgh Symphony, Atlanta Symphony, San Diego Symphony,  St. Louis Symphony,  and Houston Symphony. Overseas, she’s appeared with the London Symphony, Aalborg Symphony, Birmingham Symphony, Stockholm Philharmonic, Gotesborg Symphony, Jerusalem Symphony, The Royal Scottish National Orchestra, National Syphonica of Brazil, Munich Philharmonic, along with a special performance in Beijing with Lang Lang and the Chinese Philharmonic. Debbie is featured on many recordings including her 3 solo CDs:  Defying Gravity, The Alan Menken Ablum, and The MGM Album.   Film:  Isn’t She Great and The Little Mermaid.  Television:  Trial and Error (CBS), Pursuit of Happiness (NBC), numerous PBS Specials including: Broadway Plays Washington, Ira Gershwin’s 100th Birthday Live from Carnegie Hall, and In Concert with the Boston Pops. Debbie was featured in the Peter Martin’s ballet Thou Swell with the NYC Ballet.

"I have long been a fan of Gravitte's singing and personality and she did not disappoint, belting the songs to the rafters and displaying a wonderful, infectious sense of humor."

     - Zander Opper - Connecticut Regional Reviews