Madelaine Nunn is an award-winning theatre-maker/ actor/ writer and the 2018/19 recipient of the ATYP Rebel Wilson Theatre Maker Scholarship.
Since graduating from the Victorian College of the Arts in 2015 Madelaine has co founded the ensemble company Three Birds Theatre, been shortlisted for the Rodney Seaborn Playwrights Award, nominated for two Green Room Awards and has toured her work throughout Victoria, NSW and the US.
With TBT she is the co-writer and performer of Enter Ophelia (La Mama, 2018) LadyCake (Poppy Seed Theatre Festival 2016) & Green Room nominated show Three Birds One Cock, (FRISK Melbourne Fringe 2015; Adelaide Fringe 2016; Metanoia 2016, RAV). Madelaine’s play, Bin Chicken, was published by Currency Press and had a produced season at Griffin Theatre Company with ATYP. Madelaine’s recent credits include, Daisy in the feature Film, Two Heads Creek (Dir. Jesse O’Brian) and Xan in the Red Stitch production of Desert 6:29pm (Dir. Bridget Balodis) which toured to China for the Wuzhen Theatre Festival.
Other credits include, 2 in The Three Graces (Dir. Katie Cawthorne), Maggie in OpticNerve’s production of The Mill on the Floss (Dir. Tanya Gerstle), Maddie in Elbow Room’s The Experiments (Dir. Marcel Dorney) Ali in Homecoming (Dir. Delaney Murphy) and Katherine in Sugar Rush.
In 2014 Madelaine received the Irene Mitchell Award for excellence in acting and in the same year she was also selected to perform at the Performance Studies International Conference 20 at the Shanghai Theatre Academy.