Eloise Lushina

 Eloise can be seen in several short and independent features due for release in 2016. She plays the lead role “Violet” in David Haynes’ Break My Bones a dramatic thriller about a troubled girl and her relationship with an elderly neighbor who keeps a dark secret locked in an upstairs room. Eloise also stars as “Franny" in Kevin Cooper’s Happy Snow Day Franny – a dramatic short period film about the last 15 seconds of life. She tackles the emotional role of “Chole” the conflicted daughter of a woman struggling with mental illness in Madison Swart’s short film 180. Lastly, Eloise embodies “Meg” a strong-willed runaway trading an abusive home life for a life on the Chicago streets in Kaveh Ryndek's feature film Graybeard.

Most recently, Eloise was contracted by Disney® to workshop an exclusive, two-week boot camp in Los Angeles. There she worked intimately with acting coaches and directors aligned with hit Disney shows such as: Liv and Maddie, Austin & Ally and Jessie. The two-week intensive culminated in a showcase performance by the boot camp’s 15 young actors for various Disney casting executives and show runners.

Eloise returned to the stage this past holiday season as “Mary Beth” in Paramount Theatre’s A Christmas Story the Musical. In 2014, Eloise starred as “Jane Banks” in Paramount Theatre’s most successful Broadway Series musical production to date, Mary Poppins. Jeff Nominated, critically reviewed and attended by over 62,000 theatergoers in its six week run. Eloise’s pint-sized frame, powerful Broadway belt voice and serious acting instinct has made her an audience favorite from as early as age seven.

Location Chicago
Union None
Union 2 None
Height 52"
Hair Blonde
Eyes Blue