Debora Krizak is an award winning entertainer from Sydney, Australia. Her professional credits include Mel Brooks’ The Producers, Titanic – a new musical, Respect the Musical, Guy Noble’s Karaoke The Musical, Calendar Girls for GFO, Stalker Theatre’s worldwide debut of Shanghai Lady Killer and Squabbalogic’s Sondheim On Sondheim which earned her a Glug nomination for best supporting actress.
Debora's most recent credits include playing the role of Sheila in the 2012 Helpmann Award winning Musical – A Chorus Line where she was nominated for numerous awards including a Helpmann for Best Supporting Actress, Sydney Theatre critics award and Glugs as well as winning Theatre People’s most popular actress in a musical.
Late last year, Debora toured the country in Sweet Charity playing the dual roles Nickie and Ursula, at the Sydney Opera House - earning her another Helpmann nomination as well as winning the Sydney Theatre Critics Award for best supporting actress in a musical.
Following this, Debora starred in Opera Australia's production of the Cole Porter Musical Anything Goes playing the role of ERMA (winner GLUG award) while also understudying Caroline O'connor as RENO Sweeney. Proceeding this, she appeared as one of Australia's most celebrated leading ladies in a production of Jerry's Girls at Melbourne's Arts Centre for The Production Company.
Debora's corporate and concert performances include the Paralympic Games, Lead vocalist for ASO's James Bond concert series, the national anthem for the Ashes Cricket test series and a featured performer at Cabaret Festivals across the country.
Debora is currently starring in David M Hawkins production of 'CABARET' the musical, embarking on a national tour playing the role of Fraulein Kost.