Member Profile : Madeleine Little

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Madeleine Little is a performer, theatre maker and access consultant for the performing arts based in Brisbane. Since 2015, she has been a member of the indelabilityarts Ensemble, co-devising Love Me; (2017) and co-devising and performing in Look Mum… No Hands! [The Legless Bar Years] (2016-2018). Madeleine performed in Restless Dance Theatre’s Helpmann-nominated work Intimate Space on the Gold Coast (2018) at bleach* Festival in association with Festival 2018. Her original work, Hold, was presented in April 2019 as part of her Master of Arts (Creative Arts) research at USQ testing the implementation of accessible theatre practice conventions in a new work. In 2020, Madeleine is collaborating with writer Alistair Baldwin on a new play, Table Twelve, through Metro Arts’ Creative Development program.


Madeleine also holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Drama) from QUT. She worked as a Research Associate for The Last Avant Garde – Disability and the Performing Arts in Australia: Beyond the Social Model research project (UniMelb, UniSyd, AAV, ARC Madeleine has been awarded the inaugural Stella Young Award from Arts Access Victoria (2018), an Access Arts (Qld) Achievement Award Special Mention (2019), and the inaugural National Leadership Award from Arts Access Australia (2019). 

Outside theatre, Madeleine also dabbles in poetry and songwriting.
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Little Lunch Online (LLOL) is a daily online meet up and creative exchange to support the Australian arts sector during the Corona Virus pandemic. 

Mar 23 2020 To Sep 30 2020