Eugene H. Russel IV
Eugene H. Russell IV, born and raised in southwest Atlanta, is a multi-talented vocalist, musician, songwriter, and award-winning actor. His regional theatre credits include East Texas Hotlinks (Kenny Leon’s True Colors Theatre Company), Five Guys Named Moe (Theatrical Outfit), Dutchman (Nebraska Repertory Theatre), and Before It Hits Home (St. Louis Black Rep), for which he received the prestigious Woodie King, Jr. Award. A voiceover artist with numerous commercial credits, Eugene’s film/TV appearances include CBS’s “MacGyver” and BOUNCE TV’s “Saints & Sinners.” Donning his composer hat, he wrote the music for the Alliance Theatre TVY world premiere of Beautiful Blackbird, producing the commercially released cast recording. With his latest single, “Brand New Day,” for which he’s also released an official music video, Eugene IV leans into his activist spirit, sharing his vision of freedom.
The Alliance Theatre’s: Musicals as an Art Form – Teaching Artist