Debra Walton is originally from Milwaukee, Wisconsin where she received her initial theater training. Honing her skills on tours and in the regions, Debra attended the University of Cincinnati Conservatory of Music. She has performed various roles that ultimately lead her to the New York Theatre scene. Street Corner Symphony was her Broadway debut, and landing the role of Mommy/Yolanda in The Bubbly Black Girl Sheds Her Chameleon Skin at Playwrights Horizons marked her Off-Broadway debut.

Performing in the Tony Award winning revival of The Pajama Game, Debra was seen on Broadway and nationally singing and dancing with Harry Connick, Jr.  In performing in The Pajama Game on Broadway she feels she hit what is considered a personal Grand Slam or Triple Crown in Theatre, Working with Kathleen Marshall, Performing at the Tony Awards at Radio City Music Hall and last but certainly not least, performing one of the most legendary dance numbers in Broadway history: Steam Heat!

Alberto Bonilla directs Chokehold at the Planet Connections Theatre Festivity.

Ray Mercer choreographs Deep Love: A Ghostly Rock Opera at NYMF.

Curtis Wiley books the role of Kip in Straight Faced Lies at the New York International Fringe Festival.

Rufus Bonds, Jr. directs Tarzan at 3D Theatricals.

Yvette Cason books the role of the Blues Singer/Joplinaire in A Night With Janis Joplin at the Pasadena Playhouse.


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