LECTURE SERIES

Shirley Jones & Marty Ingels
Linda Gray
Gloria Loring
Heather Tom
Nicholle Tom
Sonia Satra
Loretta Swit
Antonio Fargas
Ted Lange
Roscoe Orman

COMEDY

Jerry Van Dyke
Will Durst
The Unknown Comic
Rhonda Shear

SPECIAL

Celebrity Game Night!
Patrick Duffy & Linda Gray
Joyce DeWitt
Lorenzo Lamas
Charlene Tilton
Eve Plumb
Lauren Tewes
The Amazing Kreskin
Dan Menendez
Johnny Dark
Tim Watters aka Bill Clinton
Dawn Wells

MUSIC

The Association 50th Anniv.
It’s A Motown Christmas!
Susan Anton
Michele Lee
Debbie Gibson
Gloria Loring
Shirley Jones
The Kingston Trio
Thelma Houston
Mason Williams

THEATRE

Vanities
Love Letters
It’s A Motown Christmas!
Roscoe Orman as Dunbar
Shirley Valentine
Dawn Wells
Johnny Dark's Lincoln
Blonde and Blues
Driving Miss Daisy



 

 

 

 

 

Debbie Gibson

Available in Concert,
for Film, Television, Stage and Radio Appearances


Debbie Gibson
A Biography

Most recently, Gibson appeared as a celebrity judge on the ABC music competition show, “Sing Your Face Off.” She is also collaborating with Jimmy Van Patten on an original Broadway musical, Flunky Town. She also appeared in Acting Dead, a web series about the world of Hollywood zombies.

For more than 25 years, Debbie Gibson has proven she’s an entertainer of immeasurable talent. From singer, songwriter and musician to actress and dancer, she embodies what it truly means to be an entertainer. A music prodigy, Gibson exploded on the Billboard Pop Charts at the tender age of 16 with the self-penned “Only In My Dreams.” The “Original Pop Princess” quickly became the youngest person ever to write, produce and perform a No. 1 hit song, “Foolish Beat,” a record she still holds today in the Guinness Book of World Records. To date, Gibson has sold more than 16 million albums worldwide, performed for British Royalty and hosted “The American Music Awards,” produced by friend and legend Dick Clark.

After conquering the pop world with three consecutive albums and world tours, she set her sights on the theater and starred in 17 musicals in 17 years. Gibson took a star turn in the Broadway production of Les Miserables as Eponine. She broke box office records in the London West End production of Grease as Sandy. She then took the stage in the U.S. Broadway tours of Grease and Funny Girl, playing Rizzo and Fanny Brice respectively. Gibson also wowed critics as Belle in Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, Gypsy Rose Lee in Gypsy, The Narrator in the national tour of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Cinderella in the national production of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella with Eartha Kitt, Velma Kelly in Chicago, Sally Bowles in the Broadway revival of Cabaret, Martha in Company, and Maggie in Brigadoon.

Continuing to dazzle with entertainment magic, Gibson bridged the gap between pop music and Broadway with her one-woman show Pop Goes Broadway. During her sold out summer run in 2008 at The Concert Venue at Harrah’s, critics agreed it was “the best show Atlantic City has seen in quite some time…it’s totally entertaining.” Phil Roura of the New York Daily News said, “she has mastered her craft to the point where she just doesn’t perform a song – she embraces it and delivers it with her own special stamp of approval.” To fill her passion of mentoring and fostering young performers and songwriters, in 2008 she created “Debbie Gibson’s Electric Youth,” a series of performing arts camps and music boot camps.

In 2010, Gibson made her debut in the world of orchestration for Dr. Rutledge’s documentary, 3 Billion and Counting, about Malaria prevention in third world countries. She collaborated on the score and the powerful closing credits song, “Rise,” which was shortlisted for an Academy Award nomination. Gibson also guest starred in Cirque Dreams Jungle Fantasy at MGM/Foxwoods. Gibson then released a new album, “Ms. Vocalist,” from Sony Japan that made top 10 on the Billboard charts and the first single, “I Love You,” hit No. 1. She also headlined a sold out tour.

In 2011, Gibson starred with Tiffany in the SyFy hit Mega Python Vs. Gatoroid, which led to a joint sold out tour as well as a performance on GMA’s Summer Concert Series. She also appeared in Katy Perry’s hit music video for “Last Friday Night (TGIF).”

As a spokesperson for Children International, she spent time in impoverished villages in Manila. For more than 20 years, she has been a child sponsor and advocate. In 2012, she raised more than $50,000 for Children International on “The Celebrity Apprentice.” Debbie is also the founder of the Pustizzi Alzheimer Foundation, which she started in honor of her late grandfather Albert Pustizzi. She is involved in many other philanthropic activities including the TJ Martell Foundation, the Make A Wish Foundation, and Pediatric AIDS.

Debbie made a cameo in the 2012 film Rock of Ages, as part of Russell Brand’s Rocker Posse. Her other movie credits include: Body/Antibody, Melissa in Coffee Date, Deborah Gibson in Soulkeeper, My Girlfriend’s Boyfriend, My X-Girlfriend’s Wedding Reception, The Manhattan Project, Sweet Liberty, and Ghostbusters.

She has guest starred on many television shows including “Rita Rocks,” “That ‘80s Show,” “Maggie Bloom,” “Fox After Breakfast,” “Step by Step,” and “Street Justice.” She has also appeared in made for TV movies including Celeste in the City and Teen Queens. In 2003, she was a judge on the “American Idol” spin-off “American Juniors,” which featured young kids instead of teenagers and young adults.

From No. 1 hits and platinum albums to starring roles on Broadway, film and TV, Gibson is a true entertainer with timeless talent and charisma.

Career Highlights
Guinness Book of World Records for youngest person ever to write, produce, and perform a number one single (“Foolish Beat”)
More than 16 million albums sold worldwide
Starred in more than 15 national theater tours and regional productions
“Foolish Beat” – #1 on Billboard Chart – 1988
ASCAP Songwriter of the Year (tied with Bruce Springsteen) – 1989
Debut Album of the Year – “Out of the Blue” – New York Music Awards – 1989
Debut Artist of the Year – New York Music Awards – 1989
Headlined Prince’s Trust – 1989
“Lost In Your Eyes” #1 on Billboard Chart – 1989
“Electric Youth” #1 on Billboard Chart – 1989
Co-host of the American Music Awards – 1989
Headlined San Remo Music Festival
Rock Producer of the Year – American Songwriter Awards – 1990
Artist of the Year – New York Music Awards – 1990
Song of the Year – “Lost In Your Eyes” – New York Music Awards – 1990
Best Pop Female Vocalist – New York Music Awards – 1990
Nominated Favorite Female Music Performer – People’s Choice Awards – 1990
Nominated Best Pop Female Vocalist – American Music Awards – 1990
Starred on Broadway in “Les Miserables” as Eponine – 1992
Performed for UK royalty and US Presidents
Headlined Atlantic Record’s 40th Anniversary at Madison Square Gardens with Led Zeppelin and The Who
London’s West End Production of “Grease” as Sandy (9 months Sold Out/SRO)
Starred on Broadway in Disney’s Beauty and the Beast” as Belle -1997/98
Judge on American Juniors – 2003
Broadway revival of “Cabaret” as Sally Bowles (dir:Rob MArshall/Sam Mendes co-starring Neil Patrick Harris) – 2003
Partnered with Kurt Browning – Skating with Celebrities – 2006
Founded “Debbie Gibson’s Electric Youth” – 2008
Founded “Gibson Girl Foundation” – 2009
Starred in “Mega Shark vs. Giant Octopus” – 2009
 “I Love You” #1 on Billboard Japan Chart – 2010
Children International spokesperson – 2010
Starred in “Mega Python vs. Gatoroid” – 2011
Appeared in Katy Perry’s music video for “Last Friday Night (TGIF)” – 2011
Cameo in film “Rock of Ages” – 2012
Competed in season 5 of “Celebrity Apprentice” (raised more than $50,000 for Children International) – 2012
Celebrity Ambassador for Hooplaha.com – 2012
Celebrity Judge on ABC’s “Sing Your Face Off” – 2014


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