Debra Wise

Debra Wise

DEBRA WISE* returns to SpeakEasy, where her credits include Brooklyn Boy (Nina) and The Usual Unusual (Margot). Other credits include: The Half-Life of Marie Curie (Hertha Ayerton), Vanity Fair (Stage Manager), and Tony Kushner’s Homebody [Elliot Norton Award Nomination — Outstanding Solo Performance] at Central Square Theater; and A Doll’s House, Part 2 (Marie) and Caryl Churchill’s Escaped Alone (Mrs. J) at the Gamm. Debra currently serves as the artistic director of the Underground Railway Theater at Central Square, and is the co-author of Underground Railway Theater – Engine of Delight and Social Change, an e-book of URT’s first 25 years ( She is also the audio book narrator for The Brides of Maracoor, written by Gregory Maguire, author of the Wicked series. (she/her)


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