Madeline is an actor, writer, and musician based in Washington, D.C.
She was most recently seen as Clementine in the world premiere of Hooded: Or Being Black for Dummies by Tearrance Arvelle Chisholm at Mosaic Theater Company. Madeline recently understudied and appeared in Studio Theatre's rep of Three Sisters and Aaron Posner's world premiere, No Sisters. Her play MOM BABY GOD has toured nationally and was workshopped this March at D.C.'s Forum Theatre and Baltimore's Single Carrot Theatre.
A storyteller since day one, Madeline spent her childhood building fairy houses and writing dark family dramas for her Playmobil. She has trained at Shakespeare & Company and received her B.A. in Theatre, American Studies, and Women/Gender/Sexuality Studies at Hampshire College. While at Hampshire, she had the opportunity to train with Tectonic Theatre Project's Andy Paris in Tectonic's Moment Work method, trained extensively in Tadashi Suzuki's physical theatre method, and went on to develop MOM BABY GOD, a solo show about teenage sexuality in the Christian Right based on immersive research and interviews with right-wing activists. MOM BABY GOD toured nationally from 2013-2015, selling out shows across the country, and receiving both critical acclaim and national media attention.
Madeline has worked as a teaching artist with Actors' Shakespeare Project's Incarcerated Youth at Play program and Girls Rock Campaign Boston. She is the drummer and vocalist for the punk band Tomboy.