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Post questions to Debbie Gravitte. Debbie Gravitte has been called "One of the best voices on Broadway" by the "Associated Press." Of her first starring role in the musical, "Perfectly Frank," Frank Rich of "The New York Times" wrote "You better believe she's on Broadway to stay." She won the Tony Award for her critically-acclaimed performance of "Jerome Robbins' Broadway."
For her work, Gravitte received the New York Showstopper Award, as well as a Drama Desk nomination. She made her Broadway debut in the original cast of They're Playing our Song, and went on to appear in Perfectly Frank, Blues in the Night, Ain't Broadway Grand, Zorba with (Anthony Quinn) and Les Miserables.
Debbie has performed her nightclub act worldwide, from New York's Rainbow & Stars to Atlantic City, opening for George Burns, Harry Anderson and Jay Leno.
Recently, Debbie was seen as Paula McFadden in the Los Angeles premiere of The Goodbye Girl. She can also be heard as on e of the voices in the Disney animated classic, The Little Mermaid. Recently, Debbie starred with Rebecca Luker and Whistle Down the Wind"'s Davis Gaines for the final City Center's "Encores!" presentation -- Rodgers and Hart's The Boys from Syracuse.
Debbie's long-awaited second solo recording, "The MGM Album" (Varese Sarabande) is available in record stores now. The album includes a collection of songs from the classic MGM films and musicals from such films as "The Band Wagon, "Summer Stock," "Girl Crazy" to "Easter Parade," Love Me or Leave Me," Ziegfield Follies" and "2001: A Space Odyssey."
Deadline to post questions is May 16. Debbie's responses will be posted the following week.