MADELEINE HUTCHINS: ACTOR AND EXPLORER OF MOVEMENT AND CREATIVITY
The World’s a Stage
Madeleine was born into a family of musicians and spent her early childhood in Nuremberg Germany where her Father played in the Philharmonic Orchestra. At the age of seven she moved to the South Coast of England and in her late teens came to London to study Acting at East 15 Acting School, which was founded by avant-garde theatre practitioner Joan Littlewood.
Having both British and American citizenship Madeleine has worked extensively in theatre nationally and internationally including Theatre Royal Bath, The Garrick (West End), B.A.M (New York) and the McCarter Theatre in Princeton. She also spent a number of years touring with the Peter Hall Company and has made many trips back to Germany to work at Hamburg's English Theatre. Memorable roles include, Sorel in HAY FEVER, Gloria in YOU NEVER CAN TELL, Steph in REASONS TO BE PRETTY, Vivie in MRS.WARREN'S PROFESSION, Olivia in STONE COLD MURDER, Jemma in DON'T LOSE THE PLACE and Gretchen in BOEING BOEING.
For film, television & theatre Madeleine is represented by Daniel Tasker at Billboard Personal Management
For voice over work, she is represented by Marion Trepe at Voxhaus
AWARDS & RECOGNITIONS
IndieFEST Film Awards 2016: Winner Award of Merit for performance as Carol in NASTY
Fly Film Festival 2016: Winner Best Actress for performance as Carol in NASTY
Peter Brook, Empty Space Awards 2010: Ensemble Award for
BEFORE I SLEEP
CLASSES AND WORKSHOPS
Movement as medicine, living more creatively through the practice of Art.
Madeleine teaches a regular class at Anthony Meindl's Actor Workshop. She has also taught extensively at the Rose Theatre in Kingston and Park Theatre in North London. Most recently she has been coaching young actors at East 15 Acting School. Body, breath and instinctual movement encompass her teaching with the emphasis on real feeling, not right feeling.
For more information visit AMAW
Madeleine teaches yoga for creativity. Encouraging students to develop presence and awareness through instinctual movement, play and embodiment. Focussing on opening creative centres and feeling into vinyasa to connect to our innate wisdom. Classes incorporate journalling and other off road creative aspects.
For more information visit Zen Yoga
Art is an act of tuning in and dropping down the well. It is as though all the stories paintings, music and performances in the world live just under the surface of our normal consciousness.