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Deborah Eckman (UK)

A native Londoner, Deborah trained as an actress and singer and has been a member of TEV since its inception in 1996. She played Louison, the youngest daughter of Argan, in their first production, The Imaginary Invalid, which toured extensively throughout Europe, in India, and also at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Following that, she spent time in Nagpur, India studying Classical Indian Vocal and continued this train of thought with trips to the US and Canada to study with Indian vocalist Shweta Jhaveri. During this period, she continued acting, especially in Vancouver, where she appeared in a number of productions including Noel Coward’s Relative Values and a new musical, DREGS. When not in actor mode, Deborah writes and records her own songs and frequently plays live, wherever she happens to be in the world, as well as performing on other artists’ recordings.  She recently played Satan in the production of  William Blake's Divine Humanity and composed the new tune for Blake’s poem ‘Jerusalem’ as featured in both that production and 'Eternity in an Hour'.

www.deboraheckman.co.uk

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SATAN in WILLIAM BLAKE'S DIVINE HUMANITY - NEW PLAYER'S THEATRE, LONDON 2007