A new spoken word series featuring star-studded casts performing short comedy plays by Emmy-nominated & Drama Desk-winner Eugene Pack (Celebrity Autobiography), has officially launched online and will benefit The Actors Fund (www.ActorsFund.org) and Feeding America (www.FeedingAmerica.org). The first 3 plays are available today at www.ThePackPodcast.org and 3 additional plays will be made available each week on Thursdays.


The first 3 plays available are: “Hold” with Blair Underwood, Sherri Shepherd & Dayle Reyfel; “Bruce” with Rob Morrow, Debbon Ayer, Bradley White, Terry Walters & Constance Forslund; “The Munchkin” with Cheryl Hines, John Fugelsang, Mitch Silpa & Jackie Harris Greenberg.    The next 3 plays will be: “Lucy London” with Andrea Martin, Laraine Newman & Cecily Strong; “Manuscript” with Tony Hale & Diedrich Bader; “The Cabin” with Steven Weber & Dayle Reyfel.


The podcasts will feature Emmy winner Tony Hale (Veep), SNL’s Cecily StrongBlair Underwood (Self Made), Emmy-winners Sherri Shepherd, Dana Delany and Tate Donovan, Tony-winner Andrea Martin, four-time Oscar-nominee Marsha Mason, Oscar-nominee George Segal (The Goldbergs), Cheryl Hines (Curb Your Enthusiasm), Michael Urie (Torch Song Trilogy)Grammy-winning legend Peter Asher, Rob Morrow (Numbers), Diedrich Bader (American Housewife) John Fugelsang (SiriusXM), Ed Weeks (The Mindy Project), Willie Garson (Sex & the City), SNL legend Laraine NewmanSteven Weber (Indebted), Lainie Kazan (My Big Fat Greek Wedding), Milo Manheim (Zombies), Debbon Ayer (NCIS: New Orleans), Lucy Davis (The Office), Tim DeKay (White Collar), Larry Dorf (Nobodies), Constance Forslund (Baskets), Spencer Garrett (Once Upon a Time in Hollywood), Caspar Phillipson (Jackie), Jackie Harris Greenberg (Not Another Teen Movie), Emmy-winner Paul GreenbergIntae Kim, (Weird City), Dayle Reyfel (Celebrity Autobiography on Broadway), Mitch Silpa (Nobodies), Beth Triffon (Fresh Off the Boat), Milanka Brooks (Black Mirror), Paul Rogan (American Horror Story), Terry Walters (All Rise), Bradley White (Mad About You), Maggie Wheeler (Friends) and more to come.