skip navigation | text only | accessibility | site map

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.

Video and Audio

Broadway Up Close and Personal: Celebrating Jerry Herman Part 6 of 7

Mame: Herman tells the story of getting Angela Lansbury the part in Mame and the success of "If He Walked Into My Life" as a popular song. Debbie Gravitte sings "If He Walked Into My Life".

Broadway Up Close and Personal: Celebrating Jerry Herman Part 4 of 7

Mack and Mable: Herman talks about the short lived Mack and Mable, one of his favorites. Debbie Gravitte sings "Wherever He Ain't," followed by Ron Raines singing "I Won't Send Roses", both accompanied by Don Pippin on piano.

Comments