Eugene Lee previously appeared in Huntington's Radio Golf and Gem of the Ocean. Regional credits include four of the plays in August Wilson’s 20th Century (Kennedy Center), Two Trains Running (Pittsburgh Playwrights Theatre); and Home, Sons and Fathers of Sons, Manhattan Made Me, and the Pulitzer Prize-winning A Soldier’s Play (the internationally renowned Negro Ensemble Company, of which he was a member). He is the 1990 recipient of the NAACP Theatre Award for Best Supporting Actor. Feature film credits include Static, Fraternity Boys, and Menace to Society. Mr. Lee’s television credits include “The Women of Brewster Place” and many more. He is also a playwright whose works include East Texas Hot Links, Fear Itself, Somebody Called: A Tale of Two Preachers, Killingsworth, and the musical Twist. Mr. Lee serves as artist in residence and artistic director of the Texas State University Black and Latino Playwright’s Conference.