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.
Pitting legend and superstition against the risk of card-playing and the drink, Conor McPherson's new play 'The Seafarer' balances upon polished performers like Hollywood film and TV star David Morse and acclaimed-actor Ciaran Hinds. In the depths of the Booth Theatre, both men discuss their extraordinary characters who fill each inch of this powerfully engaging and humorous production.Coming Up This Week in Theatre - 1/23/2008 January 22, 2008
The BMI Musical Theatre Workshop is a one-of-a-kind program with the soul purpose of fostering creativity in the art of musical theatre, and to provide the footing for tomorrow's composers and lyricists whose music may one day leap from the page and onto the stage. Tony Award-winning composer and lyricist, Maury Yeston, teaches the Advanced Workshop class and shares some of the remarkable history and opportunities BMI offers.Coming Up This Week in Theatre - 1/16/2008 January 15, 2008
Max Von Essen will make his Carnegie Hall debut as Tremont, the exclamatory transsexual in Jerry Springer - The Opera in Concert with pumps and potty mouth in-town. Max takes a moment to hype-up his anticipated role, laugh at the pending political-incorrectness, and share his excitement off portraying a role unlike any he's attempted before!Coming Up This Week in Theatre - 1/9/2008 January 8, 2008
Anxious for Opening Night of 'The Little Mermaid' on Thursday, January 10, Tituss Burgess (currently starring as Sebastian) shares some of his thrills in playing one of the world's most notable shellfish, the creative processes behind the new musical, and what audiences have to look forward to at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre!'Territories' Premieres at Magic Theatre Jan.12-Feb.10 January 5, 2008
A.C.T.'s 2007-2008 season gala, Illuminate the Night: A Spotlight on Our Shining Stars. At this benefit for A.C.T.'s actor-training programs, two-time Tony Award-winner Christine Ebersole, Billy Stritch, and A.C.T.'s own Master of Fine Arts Program and Young Conservatory students will entertain San Francisco's most prominent community leaders on Sunday, April 6, 2008, at San Francisco's Four Seasons Hotel.Coming Up This Week in Theatre - 1/2/2008 January 1, 2008
Internationally renowned playwright Sir Tom Stoppard will visit the American Conservatory Theatre (ACT) of San Francisco to take part in a Koret panel discussion on the A.C.T. stage. The one-hour conversation, part of the Koret Visiting Artists Series, takes place Saturday, January 5, 2008, at 10AM. 'Kooza' Extends San Jose Engagement thru March 16 December 19, 2007
American Conservatory Theater announced the casting today for David Mamet's brisk, cutting comedy on the movie business, Speed-the-Plow, directed by Loretta Greco. The cast features 2007 Drama Desk Award-nominee Andrew Polk, Matthew Del Negro ('The Sopranos'), and Jessi Campbell (A.C.T.'s Blackbird). Speed-the-Plow plays A.C.T. January 4 through February 3. Press night is Wednesday, January 9.Beach Blanket Babylon Announces New Friday, Saturday Showtimes December 10, 2007