“As an Australian dancer currently based in The Netherlands, it is incredibly exciting to be a part of this cultural hub of Europe!”

Photography by Ron Stam.

Originally from the small town of Mount Gambier, South Australia, Madeline moved to the city of Melbourne in 2006 to attend the Victorian College of the Arts, Secondary School.
After completing the Victorian Certificate of Education, she received a scholarship to attend the Rotterdam Dance Academy, Codarts University for the Arts, and moved to The Netherlands to begin her European adventure in September 2010, also with the gracious support of the Pierono Ambrosoli Foundation. For her final year of study she was given an internship with De Stilte Dance Company, Breda, under the Artistic Direction of Jack Timmermans, and graduated with a Bachelor in Performance (BDa) in July 2012.

From February until June 2013, Madeline was given the opportunity to work with Dantzaz Konpainia, a platform modern dance company for young professional dancers, based in the Basque city of San Sebastian, Spain.
Working with renowned choreographers including Itzik Galili and Jacek Pryzybylowicz, she premiered in the performance of ‘Kamelioia’ in May 2013.

Since returning to The Netherlands, she has been involved with various projects in collaboration with Korzo Productions (Den Haag), Generale Oost/IntroDans (Arnhem) CIRCLE RotterdamMAS&Co (Haarlem) De Kiss Moves, and Rianne Slenema & Dancers (Amsterdam).

Since August 2015, Madeline has been working with Another Kind of Blue, directed by David Middendorp. Touring the work of ‘Blue Technology’, throughout The Netherlands and Germany, from September – December 2015. For more information and upcoming performances please visit the website or Facebook page.



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