Eve explores the intersection of story, body and wilderness in the Pacific Northwest.
Eve is a teacher, writer, theatre artist and mother, living in Portland, Oregon. She teaches at Lewis & Clark College, In Balance Alexander Technique, the Sitka Center for Art and Nature and around the region. She holds an MFA in Applied Theatre and an MA in Theatre Education from Emerson College, as well as a BA in Theatre and Philosophy from Fordham University. She is also an AmSAT Certified Alexander Technique teacher. Her work as an actor, director, dancer, singer, playwright, improvisor, scholar and teacher (she failed at specialization) has been seen in Portland, Chicago, Boston, New York and her hometown of Jackson Hole, Wyoming, where she helped found Riot Act Theatre.