Eugene Ma is a multi-disciplinary theater maker based in New York. As an actor, Eugene just completed a run in the Yale Repertory Theatre's production of Dario Fo's Accidental Death of An Anarchist, which will transfer to Berkeley Repertory Theater in California in March 2014, after playing Silvio in a run of Goldoni's Servant of Two Masters at the Seattle Repertory Theater. He has also been seen performing at venues like La Mama, Mabou Mines, the old Ohio Theater in Soho, Joe’s Pub, JACK, the Stone, a loft in Williamsburg, Greenwood Cemetery, or even an art gallery in Budapest, working with the likes of Chris Bayes, Josh Fox, Orlando Pabotoy, Alan Tudyk, and the late Ruth Maleczech. As a director, Eugene’s recent credits include Mike Lew’s Ten Page Manifesto, Shane Sakhrani’s Hero Hindustani, Moliere’s the Imaginary Invalid, Mark Ravenhill’s pool (no water) and Thornton Wilder’s Childhood (as a clown show). As a composer/musician, he was last seen at Yale with All Which Way And That, a commedia; at which time he also composed and performed his Drama-Desk nominated “Silent Film” score for The Man Who Laughs at Urban Stages. A graduate of NYU Tisch, Eugene teaches Physical Comedy and Clown at the Yale School of Drama, The Juilliard School and the Tom Todoroff Conservatory.