EVA BRENEMAN is a TimeLine Associate Artist and has worked on more than 30 TimeLine productions, including both productions of TO MASTER THE ART; RUTHERFORD AND SON; OSLO; CARDBOARD PIANO; MASTER CLASS; IN THE NEXT ROOM, OR THE VIBRATOR PLAY; and many others. She recalls the brilliance of HAPPY BREED, her first show at TimeLine, and the respect for the behind-the-scenes artists.  She is inspired by TimeLine’s commitment to artistry and the community.

Recent Chicago credits include CHARLES DICKENS’ A CHRISTMAS CAROL, AN AUDIO PLAY (Goodman), THE MOUSETRAP (Court), ROE (Goodman), THE DOPPELGANGER (Steppenwolf), MANSFIELD PARK (Northlight), and TOP GIRLS (Remy Bumppo). Regional credits include one season of OUT OF THE WOODS, a Live Play Reading Series, and five seasons at American Players Theatre (Spring Green, Wis.), THINGS I KNOW TO BE TRUE (Milwaukee Rep), LOVE’S LABOUR’S LOST (Actors Theatre of Louisville), and AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 DAYS (Baltimore Center Stage/Kansas City Repertory). National Tours include THE WOMAN IN BLACK and MAMMA MIA!.    

Eva was born in New Mexico, but has lived in Hawaii, Singapore, Australia, Florida, New York, London and Chicago. She holds a BFA degree in Acting: New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, Stella Adler Conservatory, NY; MA degree in Voice and Speech: The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, London, UK.

An intense collaborative process

A Disappearing Number calls for projections, mathematics on stage, live music, Indian dance, time travel, altered sound and a set that magically transforms itself. When first created by Complicite, the play was devised collaboratively, and …

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