Eugene Pack is the creator of the Off-Broadway hit comedy sensation “Celebrity Autobiography” which won him the Drama Desk Award in the category of “Unique Theatrical Experience.” Pack is also an Emmy Award-nominated writer and Producer. He was nominated for Outstanding Writing for Variety, Comedy or Music for the special “America: A Tribute to Heroes,” which won the Emmy for Outstanding Special. Pack is the creator and executive producer of the popular CMT series “Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders: Making the Team,” now in its fifth season, “Back to the Grind” (TV Land), “What I Hate About Me” (Style Network), “Signs of Life” (VH1) and the Bravo special “Celebrity Autobiography” in which he also appeared. He has written and performed the critically acclaimed one man comedy shows “The Senior,” “Something Flexible With Meaning,” and “Undisputed: My Night with the Queen of Soul.” His full-length play “Stan The Man,” developed at Theatre West, was optioned for the screen and is slated to open in NY next year. His most recent work Columbus and Amsterdam was workshopped with the Naked Angels at Vassar College’s NY Stage and Film Company. Pack collaborated with Motown founder Berry Gordy on the autobiographical musical “To Be Loved.” TV appearances include “Relativity,” “The War at Home,” and “Doogie Howser, MD.” He is a graduate of NYU where he studied with David Mamet and the Practical Aesthetics Workshop and Playwrights Horizons.
Stripped Down Shorts: One-Act Comedies by Eugene Pack
Sunday, February 9th, 1pm, The Eureka Theatre BUY TICKETS