Madelaine Nunn

Madelaine Nunn

Madelaine Nunn is an award-winning actor, writer, and two-time AWGIE nominee who has worked across theatre, film and radio since graduating from the VCA in 2015. Madelaine is the founder of Mad Nun Productions, co-founder of Three Birds Theatre, and Artistic Director of Rollercoaster Theatre. She has won The Martin Lysicrates Prize, The Rebel Wilson Scholarship, The ATYP Foundation Commission and The Jopuka Eldersee Commission. She has been shortlisted for the Rodney Seaborn Playwrights Award three times and longlisted for the Griffin Award and the Lysicrates Prize.

Notable writing credits include; SAAM, Cactus, The Chapel, the Fire and the Dead Cat, Summer at Suspended Stone Camp, Kinder Surprise and Bin Chicken. With Three Birds Theatre, Madelaine is the co-writer and performer of Garage Girls (La Mama 2023) Will This Show Take Off? (Nati Frinj, 2019) Enter Ophelia (La Mama, 2018) LadyCake (Poppy Seed Theatre Festival 2016) and Three Birds One Cock, (FRISK 2015; Adelaide Fringe 2016; Metanoia 2016, RAV Regional Tour 2016-19).

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Madelaine has a number of acting credits including, Alice in Garage Girls (Janice Muller), Mercutio in Romeo and Juliet for Essential Theatre (Dir. Alister Smith), Daisy in the feature Film, Two Heads Creek (Dir. Jesse O’Brian), Xan in the Red Stitch production of Desert 6:29pm (Dir. Bridget Balodis), 2 in The T hree Graces (Dir. Katie Cawthorne) and Maggie in The Mill on the Floss (Dir. Tanya Gerstle)