Eloise Coopersmith-Photographer Mikel Healy

Eloise Coopersmith is an artist with a social conscience and a fierce advocate for
giving voice to art inspired by thought-provoking ideas.

Her recent award-winning web series, “Home for Mom” explored the ideas
of eldercare and dementia. As part of the Breath of Fire Writers
Collation in Santa Ana she participated in the COVID monologues,
remembering those dear to us lost in this pandemic. And in “My
(unauthorized) Hallmark Movie Musical” she explores the radical idea
of romance and love!

Eloise started her formal theater education in Theater at the Young
Conservatory at the American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco,
later graduating from Northwestern University with a Bachelor in
Speech and finally earning her Masters in Theater at Cal State Los
Angeles. Eloise ran her own non-profit – the Fillmore Association for
the Arts – and its company, Open Book Theater, whose credits include
the award winning production of “Bukowski, An Evening of Poems and

Eloise is a member of AEA, SAG-Aftra and the Dramatist Guild of
America and is living proof it is never too late to make your dreams
come true.