Eve Jacobs is an NYC-based dancer and choreographer from Chicago. She completed her early training at Dance Center Evanston, and went on to study ballet at North Carolina School of the Arts before attending Juilliard, where she earned her BFA in 2014. At Juilliard, Eve performed in works by Pina Bausch, Ohad Naharin, Lar Lubovitch, and Jose Limon, and went on to join the acclaimed company Jessica Lang Dance. In her four years with JLD, Eve performed in over 75 cities across 7 countries. She originated roles in 8 of Ms. Lang's new works, and was a featured dancer in operas such as Aida at the Kennedy Center, Stabat Mater at Lincoln Center, and The Wanderer at Jacob's Pillow. While on tour, Eve taught masterclasses across the country alongside Ms. Lang, and staged her work for the Des Moines Dance Project and American Ballet Theater's Make A Ballet program.
A recipient of the Hector Zaraspe Prize for Choreography, Eve's work has been featured at the Peter Jay Sharp Theater, Juilliard's Performing Educational Programs, Brooklyn's White Wave Dance, Evanston's Studio 5, and at SUNY Purchase. In addition, she has served as Movement Director for Bridge Production Group's Richard III at Fourth Street Theater, and has created dances for sketch comedy groups at The Flea Theater. Eve is excited to collaborate with the dancers of CBC this fall.