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    “An Enchanting Performer”


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October 2016 CALENDAR

Deb is Nominated for a Suzi Bass Award
Outstanding Lead Actress in a Musical for her role of Mrs. Lovett in Sweeney Todd at Actor's Express

Deb Wins Best Actress
Broadway World Announces Deb Bowman as Best Actress in a Professional Play in 2015 for her role of Blanche Dubois in A Streetcar Named Desire at Serenbe Playhouse.

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Press | Comments

-Your Voice is Beautiful
Robert DeNiro

-Hypnotic and unforgettable: her manic delight in both mayhem and romance and her sheer animal joy of being alive are indescribable. They must be seen. Her singing and acting are cut from one rare thread.
Manning Harris- Atlanta INtown

-Old-school movie-star glamour to rival Bette Davis, Miriam Hopkins and Vivien Leigh. And those eyes! Tennessee Williams would be so proud.
Wendell Brock

-Bowman is brittle, feminine, sexy, playful, subtle and ever so naughty.
The New York Independent

-Applause for Deborah Bowman!
Chicago Sun-Times

-Ms. Bowman gives a Heroic Performance.
Atlanta INtown

-Bowman gives a sharp incisive performance.
The Berkshire

-An Enchanting Performer!
Janesville Messenger

-Bowman has the voice and slinky style that easily dominates the musical "Chicago". Is it sexist to add: great legs, too?
The New York Independent