Eva Mak joined HKRep in 2022, her performances include Moscow Express, Liu Rushi, my Dear, The Isle, All Good Things, Rose of Nightingale, Love à la Zen. Eva graduated with first-class honours in 2020 from the School of Drama, The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts, majoring in acting. In 2019, she was nominated for Best Actress at the 11th Hong Kong Theatre Libre for her performance as Karlie in Luna Gale, which earned her the Outstanding Actor Award at the HKAPA. The following year, she was again named Outstanding Actor at the HKAPA for her role as Mary Chin in The Woman in Kenzo. She has also appeared in such HKAPA productions as Mnemonic and Rent. She was a recipient of the Society of APA Scholarship and participated in an exchange programme at Texas Tech University.
Eva's stage credits include Theatre Space’s Westside Twirling Dream, Actors’ Family’s Cinematic Memories on Train No. 5, Artocrite Theater’s “Awakening Trilogy” online readings, Hong Kong Federation of Drama Societies’ Luna Gale 2020, Playwright’s Studio's It’s all Satyr’s Fault and My Haven.
She also starred in Fish and Solo, both graduate projects at the HKAPA School of Film and Television.