Cooking at the Cookery
"Ms. Walton's energy, athleticism and gift for mimicry and caricature add up to an astonishing individual variety show."
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- The New York Times
Debra Walton has a challenging assignment,
not only playing the younger Hunter,
but an assortment of minor characters,
male and female. It climaxes in her
showstopping imitation of Louis Armstrong,
which is the show's highlight.”
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"Debra Walton's arms alone are worth the price of admission, but she brings a complete package of talent to her key role of literal femme fatale Velma Kelly. A powerhouse vocalist and dynamic dancer, she uses both abilities to augment an effectively complex portrayal of a strong and dangerously sexy woman."
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- The Wichita Eagle
"From the moment that narrator Debra Walton strides on stage with her commanding smile, she captures the audience. She's barely bigger than some of the kids on the stage, but her voice is lush. She's wonderful."
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- The Wichita Eagle
Smokey Joe's Cafe
"For Smokey Joe's Cafe, the North Shore Music Theatre put its budget into the cast, which was smart. Debra Walton may be the most striking performer in the cast."
In CHICAGO, Debra Walton has played Velma, Mona, Annie, and even Mama Morton
- The Boston Globe
Pajama Game
Debra Walton stepped out of the chours to play Mae, the lead dancer in the "Steam HEat" number and did it with all the exuberance and energy called for. Fifty-one years ago, another young understudy replaced Carol Haney in the role. A newspaper critic happend to see her and gave her a rave, which launched the movie career of SHirley MacLaine. Whow knows?"
- The Patriot News
Debra Walton with Pajama Game Tony
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Street Corner Symphony
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"A very Tina Turner-like Debra Walton stirs it up with Proud Mary."
- Theatre Review
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