Eugene Lee

Eugene Lee previously appeared at the Huntington in August Wilson's How I Learned What I Learned (2016), Fences (2009), Radio Golf (2006), and Gem of the Ocean (2004). He also appeared on Broadway in Gem of the Ocean. His Off Broadway credits include A Soldier’s Play (original cast), Home, Manhattan Made Me, Nightline, Eyes of the American, The Redeemer, and Back To Back. Mr. Lee’s regional credits include Stop. Reset; August Wilson’s How I Learned What I Learned; Miss Ever’s Boys; Fences; Lewis and Clark Reach the Euphrates; Split Second; Every Tongue Confess; Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner; The Kennedy Center Presents August Wilson’s Century Cycle; Ceremonies in Dark Old Men; The Piano Lesson; Two Trains Running; Jitney; Joe Turner’s Come and Gone; and Radio Golf. Film and television credits include Wolf, Coach Carter, An American Dream, God of Carnage, The Book of Grace, Eden, One Monkey Don’t Stop No Show, The Tell-Tale Heart, “Lying Game,” “American Crime,” “The White Shadow,” “Good Times,” “NYPD Blue,” “Guiding Light,” “The Women of Brewster Place,” “The Jacksons,” “The District,” and “Gospel at Colonus.” Mr. Lee has written several plays, including Killingsworth, East Texas Hot Links, Fear Itself, Twist, Somebody Called (a tale of two preachers), and Lyin’ Ass. Television writing credits include “Homicide: Life on the Streets,” “Turks,” “The Journey of Alan Strange,” “Port Chicago,” and “Walker Texas Ranger.” Mr. Lee is artist-in-residence in the Department of Theatre and Dance at Texas State University and serves as artistic director for the Texas State Black and Latino Playwrights Conference.


(As of February 2016)

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