Debbie Gravitte


Debbie Gravitte's varied career has taken her from the Broadway Stage to the concert stage and beyond. She won the prestigious Tony Award for Jerome Robbins' Broadway and after making her Broadway debut in the original cast of They're Playing Our Song, she went on to appear in: Perfectly Frank, Blues in the Night, Ain't Broadway Grand, Zorba, Chicago, and Les Miserables. Debbie has appeared in the Encores! series productions of The Boys from Syracuse, Tenderloin, and Carnival at New York's City Center. She has performed her nightclub act worldwide, from New York's Rainbow And Stars, to London's Pizza On The Park, and back home again to Atlantic City, where she's had the honor to perform with Jay Leno, Harry Anderson, and the legendary George Burns. She has sung with numerous symphony orchestras both stateside and abroad including the National Symphony (with Marvin Hamlisch), The Boston Pops, the London, Aalborg, and Birmingham Symphony Orchestras, Stockholm Philharmonic, the Gotesborg and Jerusalem Symphonies, and the Munich Philharmonic. On television, Debbie co-starred on the CBS series Trial and Error, was seen on NBC's Pursuit of Happiness, and has starred in several specials for PBS, including Live From The Kennedy Center, The Boston Pops Celebrate Bernstein, Rodgers and Hart for Great Performances, and Ira Gershwin's 100th Birthday Celebration from London's Royal Albert Hall as well as Carnegie Hall. Debbie recently released her latest CD: "Defying Gravity", follow-up to "The MGM Album," "Part of Your World," and "The Music of Alan Menken." She recently debuted with the New York City Ballet singing in Peter Martin's Thou Swell at Lincoln Center. She appeared with Bette Midler in the Universal Feature, Isn't She Great?, and can be heard as one of the voices in Disney's The Little Mermaid.
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