Eva la Feva is a nationally touring burlesque and belly dance performer/producer that has been delighting audiences for over a decade with her fluid, stylized dance technique base and her emotive and theatrical approach to burlesque.

In Chicago, Eva is regular performer at UntitledThe Drifter, House of Blues, and additionally performs regularly at The Naughty Little Cabaret and as part of the dance collective Fringe Factor, directed by Lindsey Marks/Lady Jack

In 2016, Eva formed "Feva Pitch Productions," and event production company specializing in burlesque/nightlife entertainment - her productions include: 

 In addition, Eva helped co-found Burlesque Community Against Unsafe Spaces (BCAUS) in 2016, a community action group designed to foster safe spaces in the Chicago burlesque scene. In 2016, Eva was awarded the Judith Stein scholarship to the Edmonton Burlesque Festival, given to performers that aim to better their communities. 

Eva’s belly dance credits include being cast in the internationally touring show Bellydance Evolution (Washington, DC and New York, 2010), earning second place in the MAQAM Belly Dance Challenge (Pro Tribal Belly Dance Soloist category, Chicago 2009), and performing as a backup dancer for Bollywood star Shefali Zariwala in 2012 (Chicago). She was Level II certified in the Suhaila Salimpour format from 2009-2011. 

Notable Appearances

New Orleans Burlesque Festival (2014)
New York Burlesque Festival (2015)
Show-Me Burlesque Festival (St. Louis, 2010, 2012, 2014, 2015)
Edmonton Burlesque Festival (2016) 
Theatre Bizarre (Detroit, 2016)
Kansas City Burlesque Festival (2015)
Snake Oil Festival (NOLA, 2015, 2016)
Minneapolis Burlesque Festival (2013)
Windy City Burlesque Festival (Chicago, 2014 and 2015)
Diversi-tease (Minneapolis, 2014)
Beggar’s Carnivale (St. Louis, 2011-2014)
The Dirty Show (Detroit, 2014, 2016)
Big River Steampunk Festival (Hannibal, MO 2016) 

Testimonials

"Tight, succinct, and wonderfully enjoyable with her expressive face and quirky personality shining through... was Chicago's Eva la Feva, who portrayed a dashboard hula girl forced to obey the cues of whatever tune the car stereo dial is turned to, with a bashful personality and beguiling facial reactions. A super-cute act from a stunning girl, we're looking forward to seeing more from her."

– J.D. Oxblood, Burlesque Beat on the 2015 New York Burlesque Festival

“One of my favorite acts of the night was Eva La Feva, whose act had me in stitches throughout. Eva’s act took you on a roller coaster of emotions and her facial expressions cracked me up!”
– Havana Hurricane, 21st Century Burlesque on the 2014 New Orleans Burlesque Festival
“My favorite act of the evening that I was actually able to concentrate on was Eva La Feva’s Dashboard Hula girl responding to the car radio. It was original, clever, sexy, funny, well-executed, and fun to watch from start to finish.”
– Paco Fish, Pin Curl Magazine on the 2014 Show-Me Burlesque Festival