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Eva Cavadini holds an M.F.A. in acting from The Actor's Studio Drama School, New York, NY and a B.A. in theatre from Saint Mary's College, Notre Dame, IN. Eva also completed the Second City Conservatory program in Chicago, IL where she performed with the improv troop 'On Hiatus'. She is currently a finalist at The Actors Studio.
Eva has performed in Master Classes for Hal Prince, Sigounrey Weaver, Audra McDonald, Donna McKechnie, Glenn Close, Diane Wiest, and an original comedy sketch character for Lily Tomlin.
On stage, Eva performed in Uncle Vanya and The Danube at The Actors Studio, both directed by Estelle Parsons as part of their Theatre for Climate Change series. Eva has also portrayed various roles from Thomasina in Crystal Clear, to Roberta in Danny and The Deep Blue Sea, to Anne Sullivan in The Miracle Worker.
As well acting, Eva was the Interim Directer Off-Broadway alongside Bobby Moresco at New World Stages on the brand new DRIFT written by William Francis Hoffman starring Joe Pantoliano. Eva also Associate Directed Brothers’ Keeper at The Actors Studio alongside Bobby Moresco. Eva currently is working on writing new projects for stage and screen that she hopes to produce within the next year.
Eva is classically trained in Piano Performance, learning under the guidance of Dr. Jeffrey Jacob. She is versed in ragtime, blues, and jazz. She can read music, play by ear and has composed two short film scores. Eva is self-taught in Ukulele, Guitar, and is a mezzo-soprano/belt.
Other skills include: Accents (Standard British, Bronx, American Southern, Russian, Italian, Spanish, Irish), Muay-Thai, Boxing, Kickboxing, Competitive Swimming (18 yrs., national level), Horseback (Western), Rifle Training (E4 Navy Training: pistol, rifle), Dance (modern, ballet, ballroom, West African, hip hop), valid drivers license/passport.
Check out Eva featured in Broadwayworld.com for opening Crazy Eights by David Lindsay-Abaire
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