Eugene Lovendusky

Eugene Lovendusky 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.



Coming Up This Week in Theatre - 12/5/2007
December 4, 2007's Upcoming Events calendar for the week - updated on 12/5/2007.

'Nixon's Nixon' at Center REP Begins Jan.31
December 3, 2007

Center REPertory presents the acclaimed play Nixon's Nixon tat their Lesher Theatre beginning January 31.

Cast of 'Pumpgirl' Filling the Tank at MTC
December 3, 2007

The charming and talented cast of 'Pumpgirl,' an intelligent story now playing MTC, discuss some of the story's deeper meanings and share in the design of performing an eloquently written three-person monologue play with the sensibility of a dialogue piece...

Magic Extends 'The Crowd You're In With' thru Dec.22
November 27, 2007

Magic Theatre announced a two-week extension for the critically-acclaimed world premiere production of The Crowd You're In With by Rebecca Gilman, directed by Amy Glazer with the closing performance on Saturday, December 22 at 8PM.

'Sex' Extends 2-Weeks at Aurora Theatre thru Dec.23
November 27, 2007

Due to overwhelming popular demand, Berkeley's Aurora Theatre Company announces a two week extension of its critically acclaimed production of screen siren Mae West's first full-length play, SEX through December 23

Coming Up This Week in Theatre - 11/28/2007
November 27, 2007's Upcoming Events calendar for the week - updated on 11/28/2007.

Danny Hoch is 'Taking Over' Berkeley Rep, Jan.11 - Feb.10
November 26, 2007

This January, Obie Award-winner Danny Hoch is Taking Over Berkeley Repertory Theatre's Thrust Stage with his first new solo show in ten years. Berkeley Rep's artistic director, Tony Taccone helms the solo project. Taking Over begins previews on January 11, opens January 16, and closes February 10, 2008.

Strike Update Day 19: End to the Strike Close?Strike Update Day 19: End to the Strike Close?
November 28, 2007

LATEST NEWS: No official news is yet available, though NY1 and other news sources are reporting that optimism is in the air. Both sides spoke positively earlier in the day about reaching a resolution, but no official announcements have yet been made. A press conference is expected later this evening.

STRIKE OVER! Everything You Need to Know!STRIKE OVER! Everything You Need to Know!
November 29, 2007

THE BROADWAY STAGEHANDS STRIKE OF 2007 HAS OFFICIALLY COME TO AN END! BroadwayWorld offers the most comprehensive information to guide theatre-fans through the mayhem of rescheduled events and ticket information.

Mark Mancina: How a King Soars & Sings
November 26, 2007

The distinctive theatrical achievements of The Lion King are the handiwork of dozens of talented artists, creators and musicians, including co-songwriter and music producer, Mark Mancina. Mancina shares the joys and inspiration in creating the unique music for The Lion King and how the musical has touched his life professional and personally...

Coming Up This Week in Theatre - 11/21/2007
November 20, 2007's Upcoming Events calendar for the week - updated on 11/21/2007.

Luba Mason: Love's Collage
November 20, 2007

On November 23 - 26, Luba Mason returns to New York City to celebrate the release of her premiere album 'Collage' at the Metropolitan Room. Mason provides a soulful spin to pop ballads by classic song-writers like Neil Diamond, Van Morrison and Lou Reed. The 'Collage' collection is a labor of love for Luba, a native New Yorker, who spent her early youth devoted to training in classical voice, piano and dance...

'Jersey Boys' Offers $25 Rush Seats for Holiday Engagement
November 19, 2007

The front row of the center orchestra seats will be made available for $25 for every performance of Jersey Boys playing the Curran Theatre now through December 30, 2007

BroadwayWorld Strike Coverage: What Now? The Facts
November 14, 2007

Day 5 of the Broadway stagehands' strike comes with burning questions: 'What now?' Actors, musicians, crews and the Broadway community are beginning to worry about their financial future and the length of this stand-off.

SJ Rep Presents 'This Wonderful Life' One-Man Holiday Show
November 14, 2007

For its holiday feature, the San Jose Rep will present This Wonderful Life, a visually stunning stage adaptation of the 1946 Frank Capra classic film It's a Wonderful Life. In this theatrical twist, San Jose Rep's associate director Kirsten Brandt directs actor Dan Hiatt, who plays all 35 characters in a one-man tour de force. The show runs from Saturday November 24 through Sunday December 23 at the San Jose Repertory Theatre.

Coming Up This Week in Theatre - 11/14/2007
November 13, 2007's Upcoming Events calendar for the week - updated on 11/14/2007.

J. Robert Spencer: Jersey Boy & Movie Man
November 13, 2007

In addition to his role as Nick Massi in Broadway's Jersey Boys, J. Robert Spencer (aka Bobby) has just completed directing, producing, writing and starring in his first feature film - a screw-ball romantic comedy entitled 'Farm Girl in New York' - premiering Thursday evening at the Big Apple Film Festival. Bobby chats about his anticipated movie premiere to discuss the filming process, his inspirations along the way, and his positive-outlook on the theatre industry.

3Girls3 Bring Bacharach Tribute to Empire Plush Room 11/19
November 13, 2007

Heather Moran, Marymonica Thomas and Gail Becker of 3Girls3 will perform 'Back to Bacharach - A Tribute' at San Francisco's The Empire Plush Room on Monday November 19 at 8PM.

'Insignificant Others' Begins Open-Engagement at Pier 39 on Feb.1
January 4, 2008

Insignificant Others, the original romantic musical comedy by composer, playwright and lyricist, L. Jay Kuo of San Francisco has moved into San Francisco's number one tourist destination, PIER 39.

BroadwayWorld Strike Coverage: Unions Speak-Up at Conference
November 12, 2007

President James J. Claffey of Local One, plus representatives of Local 802 and Actors' Equity held a press conference to state their side of the table.