Elaine Magree (she/they/it) is a queer theater-maker in the Bay Area known for writing and performing solo shows.
She is currently a Lee Brady Fellow at ThreeGirlsTheatre, was a recipient of the
Sui Generis Award and nominated twice for Theatre Bay Area's Best Solo Performance Award. Elaine was also an Artist in Residence, Director of the Artist in Residence Project and Co-Director of the New Music Theatre Project at The Z Space.
In AC/DC, a nurse and her colleagues experience the delight, fragility, and risk of human connection in their hospital during the Pandemic. A trip to Europe planned for March 2020, which takes place in a fantasy parallel universe, refracts the healing power of imagination. An unexpected grandchild brings the abject vulnerability of love. Uncertainty is at the center of their lives; if nothing is sure, and loss is inevitable, why risk loving?