Madeleine is thrilled to have earned her BFA in Acting from the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music (CCM).
Favorites CCM credits include Our Country's Good (Mary Brenham), A Midsummer Night's Dream (Helena), Di and Viv and Rose (Viv),
Con Amore: A Romeo and Juliet Selection (Juliet), and Eurydice (Little Stone).
Madeleine wrote, produced, and performed an original one-woman show, Casquette Girl, which premiered at the Clifton Performance Theatre in Cincinnati. Casquette Girl is based on the life of her 18th century French ancestor, a woman forgotten by history, and is charged with themes of female disempowerment and immigrant resilience. Writing and performing this piece was a phenomenal culmination of her artistic training at CCM.
Madeleine is an intrepid traveler: she has studied global health and Buddhism in Thailand, visited the Chinese village where her grandmother was raised, lived with a host family in rural Senegal, and both written and performed at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. She is deeply passionate about forming relationship cross-culturally, and also about hummus.
A Denver native, Madeleine adores spending time in the mountains hiking and rock climbing.