Eugene Lovendusky graduated summa cum laude from SFSU with a BA in Writing for Electronic Media and a minor in Drama. Raised in the SF Bay Area, his love for the arts bloomed at an early-age; a passion that has flourished in NYC, where Eugene now lives and works. He is a proud member of the New York City Gay Mens' Chorus.
LATEST NEWS: A statement from the League of American Theatres and Producers reads, 'The League of American Theatres and Producers and Local One talked through the night and were unable to reach an agreement. Talks will resume tomorrow (Wednesday, November 28) at 10AM. Performances are canceled through Wednesday's matinees.'Beach Blanket Babylon Gives ASL-Interpreted Show Nov.18 November 8, 2007
Steve Silver's Beach Blanket Babylon, the nation's longest running musical revue, presents a sign language interpreted performance on Sunday, November 18 at 5PM at Club FugaziComing Up This Week in Theatre - 11/7/2007 November 6, 2007
'Perfect Pairings,' the Bay Area Cabaret 2007-2008 Concert Season, features duo performances by top performers and vocalists in a varied season of theatre, jazz, pop and Broadway artists at some of San Francisco's most elegant venues. The season begins on Sunday, November 11 at 7PM, with the Bay Area premiere of Jill Eikenberry and Michael Tucker's 'Life is a Duet' at the Florence Gould Theatre of the Legion of Honor in Lincoln Park.Mannheim Steamroller Bring The Holidays to Post St Theatre November 5, 2007
The Christmas Music of Mannheim Steamroller, America's favorite holiday concert, rolls into San Francisco's Post Street Theatre (450 Post Street) for a limited engagement beginning Thursday, December 20 and running through Sunday, January 6, 2008.Sean Mahon: Rising with the Bar November 4, 2007
Among the fateful fellows of Conor McPherson's 'The Seafarer,' is Nicky, portrayed by New York-based Irish actor, Sean Mahon. Making his Broadway debut, Sean holds theatre credits in the US and Europe, and is a founding member of Virtual Theatre Project. Sean discusses the privilege he feels in working opposite such polished and talented leading men, the honor of shaping McPherson's poignant script, and his passion for going wherever his work takes him...'after the quake' Keeps Shakin' at Berkeley Rep thru Dec.2 November 1, 2007
Berkeley Repertory Theatre announced today that - due to the huge demand for tickets - it will extend its acclaimed production of after the quake. Since opening in October, the show has attracted rave reviews and sold-out houses, so it'll keep shaking through December 2.Sarah Steele: Strong Social Misfit November 1, 2007
Stephen Karam's new play Speech & Debate, the inaugural production in the Roundabout Theatre Company's Black Box Theatre directed by Jason Moore, emphasizes the significant role of The Outsider. Sarah Steele embodies Diwata, an ambitious and dorky theatre-obsessed girl in Salem, Oregon longing for her turn in the spotlight. Not finding it easy to be cast in her school shows, Diwata uses her personal podcasts and her school's budding Speech and Debate team to showcase her skills. But beyond her nerdy grin, Diwata and her new friends find themselves entangled in a web of keeping secrets and profound trust. Sarah Steele talks about her character and this deeply enjoyable and powerfully current new play.'Kooza' Adds 16 More SF Performances, thru Jan.13 October 31, 2007
Due to overwhelming demand, Cirque du Soleil today announced that 16 additional performances, from January 1 - 13, 2008, will be added to the limited San Francisco engagement of Kooza.Coming Up This Week in Theatre - 10/31/2007 October 30, 2007
Magic Theatre continues its 2007-08 Season of New Plays with a world premiere play by Pulitzer Prize-nominated playwright Rebecca Gilman, The Crowd You're In With directed by Gilman's long-time collaborator and Magic Theatre favorite Amy Glazer. The Crowd You're In With is a recipient of an Edgerton Foundation New American Plays Award and performs November 10 - December 9 at Magic's Sam Shepard TheatreThe Daughters of 'The Joy Luck Club' October 28, 2007
Amy Tan's acclaimed novel 'The Joy Luck Club' has woven the warm and intriguing stories of four Chinese mothers and their daughters for readers of all generations today and still to come. This fall, Pan Asian Rep revives Susan Kim's stage-adaptation of The Joy Luck Club with a cast brimming with new and seasoned Asian-American actors, eager to bring this cherished tale to life. The four 'daughters' of The Joy Luck Club - Han Nah Kim, Rosanne Ma, Tina Chilip and Sacha Iskra - to discuss their shared experience in this play and the important role of Asians in American theatre...Coming Up This Week in Theatre - 10/23/2007 October 23, 2007
American Conservatory Theater (ACT) kicks off its 'First Look 'new works series for the 2007-08 season with The Tosca Project, created by ACT Artistic Director Carey Perloff and choreographer Val Caniparoli. The piece, scheduled for a workshop presentation at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts Forum October 26-28, will feature the talents of internationally renowned dancers and actors, many of them associated with San Francisco Ballet and ACT.'The Rainmaker' Rolls into ACT Oct.25 - Nov.25 October 17, 2007
American Conservatory Theater (ACT) presents N. Richard Nash's classic western romance The Rainmaker; directed by the esteemed Mark Rucker. The Rainmaker will play ACT October 25 through November 25. Press night is Tuesday, October 30, at 8PM. Tickets - starting at $14 - are now available.
Coming Up This Week in Theatre - 10/16/2007 October 16, 2007
You can find Nikki Snelson as Brooke Wyndam whipping a group of orange-clad prisoners into shape night after night at the Palace Theatre in Legally Blonde. But if you haven't had the opportunity to break a sweat with this aerobics queen in-person don't split your hairs! MTV brings the action to you Saturday, October 13 when Legally Blonde The Musical will be broadcast in its entirety to a nation-wide audience! Nikki chats about the up-coming MTV broadcast and walks us through the process of filming the mega-hit musical...Norbert Leo Butz: A Touch of Twain October 10, 2007
Very rarely does an opportunity come along for an actor to delight in something old and something new at the same time. New York stage mega-man, Norbert Leo Butz - already with a slew of original roles under his belt - gets that very honor in Is He Dead? a newly discovered and adapted Mark Twain play, heading to Broadway's Lyceum Theatre in November.Coming Up This Week in Theatre - 10/9/2007 October 9, 2007
BroadwayWorld.com's Upcoming Events calendar for the week - updated on 10/9/2007.