Eva Gil

Assistant Professor of Theatre


Curriculum Vitæ

Fine Arts & Communication
FAB 203B   C-43
432-832-8372
eva.gil@sulross.edu

I am a theatre artist who has worked in Chicago, New York, and regionally for two decades as an Educator, Actor, Director, and Producer.

I have taught at Northern Kentucky University, Wright State University, Dobama Theatre, Miami University (Ohio), Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Hathaway Brown, City College of New York.

I hold an MFA in Acting from Case Western/Cleveland Play House, was an Acting Apprentice at Actors Theatre of Louisville's Professional Training Company, and am a Certified Teacher of the Michael Chekhov Technique through Great Lakes Michael Chekhov Consortium where I am an Associate Teacher. 





Spring 2022

THEA 1310 Z01   Introduction to the Theatre        
 | Student Evaluation
THEA 1352 001   Acting II        
 | Student Evaluation
THEA 2336 001   Voice for the Theatre        
 | Student Evaluation
THEA 3312 001   Script Analysis        
 | Student Evaluation



Fall 2021

THEA 1310 Z01   Introduction to the Theatre        
THEA 1351 001   Acting I        
THEA 3318 001   Directing I        
THEA 4307 001   Senior Project        
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 | Student Evaluation



Summer 2021

THEA 3303 101   Repertory Theatre        



Spring 2021

THEA 1310 Z01   Introduction to the Theatre        
THEA 1352 001   Acting II        
THEA 2336 001   Voice for the Theatre        
THEA 3308 001   Acting III: Styles        



Fall 2020

THEA 1310 Z01   Introduction to the Theatre        
THEA 1322 001   Stage Movement        
THEA 1351 001   Acting I        
THEA 3318 Z01   Directing I