A native New Yorker, Deborah Stone has been a dancer, actor and singer on the East and West Coasts, was in a Broadway musical, and was a show girl in New York City and Dallas.
She entered the world of Cabaret in 2016, and has performed in New York City at The Beach Café, Pangea, The Metropolitan Room, The Triad, Don’t Tell Mama, and The Laurie Beechman Theater, and in Kansas City at The American Jazz Museum’s Blue Room.
The Metropolitan Room
New York City
The Beach Café
Don't Tell Mama
The Laurie Beechman Theater
The Blue Room
at the American Jazz Museum
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Why Did I Choose You
Just to Look At Him
Look Over There
Reviews + Press Quotes
Ms. Stone's new show HERE I AM! is a little slice of heaven dropped right in the laps of her listeners…
...she is a dichotomy, a contradiction, a multi-faceted, fascinating woman with life experience and many detours in the road that has led her to this time in her life; and her audience is the lucky beneficiary of the stories that go along with that journey.
HERE I AM! is a triumph, not just for Deborah Stone as a performer but for the people who listen to the story and who hear it.
….The only real disbelief, though, should come on the day that Deborah Stone plays to a room that is anything but full, such is the magnitude of her gifts as a nightclub performer...
– Stephen Mosher
Broadway World (Nov 2019)
More often than not, the "this is me" format of cabaret doesn't work. It does, however, work extremely well when the performer is actually someone who is interesting and engaging enough. Deborah Stone's Here I Am! was one of those moments when it all clicks!
She's charming and tells her sordid show business tale with insightful patter, or shall I say dialogue, while comfortably, with a dancers ease, navigates the stage. Vocally spot-on, "Life Upon the Wicked Stage," followed shortly thereafter by a "La Cage aux Folles" medley, made this night one of the best of the year.
There are real moments of vulnerability that make it universal and Deborah is someone you'll be glad to know and her show is one you'll want to see!
– Scott Barbarino
What does a triple threat do when her professional dancing days are over? In Deborah Stone’s case, she creates a love-letter of a show to the dancer that she was, highlighting her graceful acting skills and her resonant, clarinet-like mix.
I was breathlessly engaged, wondering what strategy the pair would employ next