MADELAINE NUNN is an award-winning writer/ theatre-maker/ actor and a recipient of the highly coveted ATYP Rebel Wilson Theatremaker Scholarship. Since graduating from the VCA 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. Earlier this year, Madelaine’s play, Kinder Surprise was recorded as part of ABC’s National Radio Drama Program and was selected to be a part of Cybec Electric with the Melbourne Theatre company. Madelaine was also selected to take part in a residency with Arena Theatre co. at the Bendigo Studio. In 2019 Madelaine’s play Unicorn Girl, was a finalist for the Martin Lysicrates Prize and her play Loose Teeth made the shortlist. Madelaine’s play, Cactus, which is scheduled to have a season at La Mama in 2021 was also shortlisted for the Rodney Seaborn Playwrights Award (2018). Madelaine’s play Bin Chicken, is published by Currency Press and was presented at Griffin Theatre Company with ATYP. With Three Birds Theatre, Madelaine is the co-writer and performer of 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). Some of Madelaine’s acting credits include, 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 Three Graces (Dir. Katie Cawthorne) and Maggie in The Mill on the Floss (Dir. Tanya Gerstle).