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Madelaine Weymouth


Madelaine Weymouth is a local freelance actor and director. She takes up the role of Alannah Devlin in the world premiere of Meghan Tyler’s dark comedy, Crocodile Fever.

Weymouth’s acting credits include Popo in Adam Szymkowicz’s noir comedy Clown Bar, Belinda in Noises Off at Lab Theater, Voice in Theatre Conspiracy’s production of Lauren Yee’s The Hatmaker’s Wife, Jen in Bekah Brunstetter’s The Cake for the Alliance for the Arts, Claudia Faith Draper in Nuts for The Studio Players, Elina in 2019 New Play Contest winner Phillip Christian’s The Chechens, Betty Schaefer in Lab Theater’s summer spoof Sunset Schmoulevard, Clarice Orsini in the regional premiere of Jordan Tannahill’s Botticelli in the Fire, Lab’s production of Kayleigh O’Connell’s Projekt Grotesquerie, Dr. Watson in Ken Ludwig’s Baskerville: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery, Robyn in Sex Tips for Straight Women from a Gay Man (for Lab Theater), Vandy Jordan in Venus in Fur (for The Studio Players), Forgive Me; I Put You in a Play, Boberg’s Timer and Dash in the Middle in Lab Theater’s inaugural Festival of Tens and Serenity in And the Winner Is, Jessica in Hand to God and The Musical Comedy Murders of the 1940s for the Laboratory Theater of Florida. Madelaine also played the part of Prosecco in Lab Theater’s filmed performance of Tim Sniffen and Kate James’ Realish Housewives of Fort Myers, along with the earlier virtual reading of the play. She also participated in two staged readings at the Laboratory Theater of Florida, the titular role in Julia, and Callie in Stop Kiss. She also sizzled in Darlyne Franklin’s Critic’s Choice screenplay, Florida Couple, in Lab Theater’s 24-Hour Screenwriting Project in November of 2020.

On the directing side, Weymouth directed The Parking Lot for Theatre Conspiracy, The Thanksgiving Play and the regional premiere of Chiara Atik’s comedy Five Times in One Night. As head of Lab’s winter camp, she also co-directed She Kills Monsters (2023), Trap, The Wolves (2019) and Evil Dead (2018) for Lab Theater’s summer camp program. 

Madeleine has been named one of ARTSWFL’s 31 influential women in the Southwest Florida art scene in 2021, starred in 2020’s Critics Choice winner of the Lab Theater’s 24 Hour Screenwriting Contest, and directed the 2019 Audience Choice winner in Lab Theater’s 24-Hour Playwriting Challenge, Sunny with a Chance of Social Anxiety by Dave Matthew Chesebro.

October 23, 2019; revised March 22, 2024.

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