Eve Rydberg is an actor, director, producer and all around Jane-of-all-trades based in Los Angeles.
As an actor, Chicago Critic says "A tour de force performance...This lady gives one of the finest performances I’ve witnessed on a Chicago stage!"
Her on camera work includes the title role in the upcoming feature Sister Carrie directed by Daniel Nearing (Hogtown, Chicago Heights), Banana Season directed Sanghoon Lee, co-starring James Kyson (Heroes) and Pancho Moler (American Horror Story, 31), Make Out Party, which she starred in and produced along side Writer/Director Emily Esperanza, and Like the Clouds (nominated for a Young Directors Award in Cannes) as well as numerous national commercials and print campaigns.
A graduate of The Theatre School at De Paul University, her theatre work has been seen at The Den Theatre, Mary Arrchie, Collaboration, The Arc Theatre, as well as the New Orleans and Asheville Fringe Festivals.
Eve’s latest directing projects include a short film called Home, starring Francis Guinan and Carolyn Hoerdemann, as well a music videos for Alex Grelle, DVILA, and Glad Rags. Theatre direction credits include La Lune De Femme, a Punk-Pagan Ritual (New Orleans Fringe, Asheville Fringe), curation for the annual CUT! An Evening of Short Films (The Den Theatre), bi-monthly Wretched Nobles Film Screening and VAGINA, an all-lady arts showcase (The Den Theatre, Red Tape Theatre).
She believes that by telling stories through the lens of the feminine we can bring a greater sense of balance to the world.