Elana Elyce is originally from Detroit, having moved to Chicago in 2007. While researching theatres whose work she might be interested in, The House was in her top five. In 2010 she performed in Wilson Wants It All, her first House production, and she also performed as part of the Jeff-Award winning ensemble for United Flight 232, and will be seen in this season’s Diamond Dogs. Between those life altering productions, some memorable projects include Principal Principle by Joe Zarrow, with Stage Left and Theatre Seven; Milk Like Sugar, with The Raven and The Yard and Mud, River, Stone with Eclipse Theatre, which is the first full-length production for which she successfully maintained an accent. Elyce also writes, directs and coaches. She’s found herself increasingly asked to tell stories at live lit events. She is also a company member with Interrobang Theatre Project, an artistic associate with Fleetwood-Jourdain Theatre (Evanston) and is the business manager of The Chicago Inclusion Project.