After graduating from Actors Centre Australia, Madeleine played Sally Bowles in Cabaret directed by Louise Fisher and Jill Mason in Equus directed by Helen Tonkin, both for New Theatre. In 2011 Madeleine toured Australia with Poetry In Action.
In 2012, she played Mole in Wind In The Willows for the Australian Shakespeare Co., Ophelia in Harlos Productions’ Hamlet, Hermia in Garnet Productions’ A Midsummer Night's Dream and Cissy in the Anthony Skuse directed Punk Rock for pantsguys and ATYP (Sydney Theatre Award, Best Independent Production).
2013 saw her in Girl In Tan Boots for Griffin Independent, directed by Susanna Dowling, as Sister Martha in Cyrano De Bergerac (Sydney Theatre Award, Best Independent Production) and Hero in Much Ado About Nothing, both for Sport for Jove Theatre Company and directed by Damien Ryan and Adam Cook respectively.
In 2014 she appeared in The Incredible Book Eating Boy at Sydney Opera House for CDP, M.ROCK for STC and ATYP, and the MTC/GFO production of Once, directed by John Tiffany (Green Room Award, Best Actress in a Leading Role in a Musical).
In 2015, she played the lead role of Kate Monster/Lucy T. Slut in the Jo Turner directed Avenue Q and Katherine in Sport for Jove’s Love's Labours Lost, directed by Damien Ryan.
2016 saw her in Mr Stink for CDP, directed by Jonathan Biggins and Straight for Brilliant Adventures and KXT, directed by Shane Bosher.
In 2017 Madeleine played Patty in the Queensland Theatre tour of Simon Phillips’ Ladies In Black as well as Hermia in Sport for Jove’s A Midsummer Night's Dream directed by Susanna
Dowling, Juliet in Romeo And Juliet and Ariel in The Tempest both directed by Damien Ryan for
Sport for Jove. 2017 also saw her as Rhonda Epinstall in the STC/Global Creatures production of
Muriel's Wedding The Musical (Sydney Theatre Award, Best Musical), directed by Simon
Phillips, for which she won the Sydney Theatre Award for Best Female Actor in a Supporting Role in a
Madeleine’s screen credits include Devil's Dust for the ABC (Dir. Jessica Hobbs), as well as short films Emu (Dir. Kacie Anning), Waking Moon (Dir. D’Arby Deck), Jump (Dir. Josh Mawer) and Series 1 & 2 of Kacie Anning's award-winning webseries Fragments of Friday.
Madeleine is a proud member of Actors Equity.