(Co-producer and Performer)
Debbie Boyd began producing and directing
musical shows whilst living and performing in Aberdeen. In 1999, Debbie graduated from
Guildford School of Acting gaining a distinction in her
diploma and winning the musical theatre prize for being the most outstanding
student of her year. She also played leading roles in both graduation
productions, Lola in "Damn Yankees" and Ilona Ritter in "She
Upon graduation she was immediately signed up
by a well known personal manager and cast as Philippa Haymes in "A Murder Is
Announced" (Autumn UK tour with Bruce James Productions) and Dandini
in "Cinderella" (for
After a whirlwind year of diverse projects including workshop productions of
the new Scottish musical
(Bridewell Theatre), Jenny in "Company"
(Nomad Theatre), a Romanian Arts Exchange (Bucharest), Debbie was offered
the title role in "Dick Whittington", again for
Debbie filmed a pastiche of "The Blair Witch Project"
for the SNP which was repeatedly broadcast on all major channels. She
then took the role of Carolina Garcia in the film "Cocaine and Abel" which
was filmed in Sardinia before joining the cast of "What A Feeling!" (Flying
Music Co) during it's 3rd UK tour, replacing
Melanie Marcus as one of the lead vocalists, working alongside
Limahl (Kajagoogoo) and
Dickey (Rose Royce).
This extraordinary show is Debbie's
contribution with Anthony England to the theatre world.
Click here for sound clip
featuring Debbie singing "Hound Dog" which was part of a 50's Rock and Roll
medley featured in the show.