Deborah S. Craig

Deborah S. Craig (Tina / Michelle) is thrilled to return to The Flea and her downtown roots where she was an original Furball/Bat in Cellophane dir. by former artistic director Jim Simpson. Miss Craig is best known for originating the role of Marcy Park on Broadway in the Tony Award Winning The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee.  Based on her own over achieving childhood,  it earned her critical acclaim, a Drama Desk Award and the distinction of creating the first Korean American character on Broadway. Off-Broadway: Gone Missing (Encores! Off Center dir. Ken Russ Schmoll), WaVe (Ma-Yi dir. Will Pomerantz, Pericles (Red Bull /Dir. Jesse Berger), The Karaoke Show (Project 400 / Dir. Diane Paulus) Regional:  Ordinary Days (SCR / dir. Ethan McSweeney), My Scary Girl (BSC / dir. Andrew Volkoff), IAMA. TV:  recurring roles on The Blacklist (NBC), Transparent (Amazon), Hart of Dixie (CW), Six Degrees (ABC), guest stars on Bull (CBS), Instinct (CBS),  Elementary (CBS), Workaholics (Comedy Central), Better Things (FX), Bajillion Dollar Propertie$ (Seeso), Son of Zorn (Fox), Almost There (DirectTV), Dog With a Blog (Disney) Film: The Outfield, Kiss Me, Kill Me, Hysterical Psycho, Ghost Town, Bad Actress, Big Daddy. Alumna Ma Yi Writers Lab, Member IAMA Theatre Co.  Thank you Carol, Niegel (so good to “Bee” back with you), Todd, and especially Raz., @deborahscraig, IG: @friendswithpandas