Eloïse sings and plays percussion with The Lobbyists, a folk/americana band.
_Venues include: Joe's Pub, 54 Below, Rockwood Music Hall, The Bitter End, Bowery Electric, Pete’s Candy Store, Archive Bar, goodbye Blue Monday, and at theaters/companies EPBB, Naked Angels, Aporia Theater Co, The Flea Theater, Ars Nova and LTR Theater.
With The Lobbyists, Eloïse has created a concert/play,
in collaboration with playwright Seth Moore and director Liz Carlson, developed in part by Naked Angels.
Two Drama Desk Nominations:
OUTSTANDING MUSIC: The Lobbyists
OUTSTANDING LIGHTING: Jake DeGroot
SeaWife is a modern theatrical event inspired by the deep well of 19th Century nautical literature. The piece follows Percy, a young sailor bred within the golden age of the American whaling industry, as he embarks on a journey through port cities and sea vessels, discovering man’s propensity to love and conquer.
It is a haunting tale filled with romance, tragedy, sea monsters, and ghosts. 1830s tropes, supernatural characters, and original music by The Lobbyists combine in a one-of-a-kind event that is part play, part concert, and part immersive experience.
The team has been building the script, music, and concept as a team since the summer of 2013, with the help from the following theaters and companies: Ars Nova, New York Stage And Film's Powerhouse Theater, The Cape Cod Theater Project, and The Rhinebeck Writer's Retreat!
Below are pictures from our developmental stages.