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Deborah Grace Winer was certainly on the right track last night as she hosted her .
Deborah Grace Winer was certainly on the right track last night as she hosted her latest creative. Stephen Sorokoff November 26, 2018. Deborah Grace Winer continued her 3-part Feinstein’s/54 Below series of jewel box revues last night Suzanna Bowling March 19, 2018. Stephen Sorokoff May 7, 2017.
Deborah Grace Winer kicks off a new season of the monthly love letter to. .
Deborah Grace Winer kicks off a new season of the monthly love letter to New York City, when the acclaimed musical revue 'NEW YORK: BIG CITY SONGBOOK' returns to Birdland Theatre on Sunday, November 3rd at 7 pm starring Klea Blackhurst, Nicolas King and Laurie Wells plus Joe Davidian on piano and Jay Leonhart on bass and vocals
Winer, Deborah Grace was born on August 15, 1961 in New York City. Daughter of Nahum J. and Toba Lou (Brill) Winer. Deborah Grace Winer has been listed as a noteworthy Journalist, playwright by Marquis Who's Who. Works.
Winer, Deborah Grace was born on August 15, 1961 in New York City. Bachelor, Swarthmore (Pennsylvania) College, 1983. The Night and the Music: Rosemary Clooney, Barbara Cook & Julie Wilson Inside the World of Cabaret.
Last Girl Singer, The. None. SYNOPSIS: A spirited ex-megastar escapes America and the demons of celebrity to begin a new career as a cabaret singer. Playwright: Deborah Grace Winer.
Deborah Grace Winer (Author). This is the book equivalent of a behind-the-scenes documentary. It tosses you into the often difficult world that is New York cabaret. I bought this book on a whim. I have long been a fan of Rosemary Clooney, and knew a little of the other ladies, but thought it would be entertaining to read about the cabaret world. I don't think you have to be a huge fan to appreciate the book. Winer's style is most appropriate and entertaining for a book of this kind.