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Madeline, a white woman with wavy blonde hair and glasses, smiles at the camera. She is wearing a grey, sleevless mockneck shirt. Behind her is a blue stair railing.

Madeline Geier she/her

Curiosity | Intentionality | Accessibility | Consent

Madeline approaches her work in the arts and culture field with a commitment to equity, dedication to continuous learning, and a love for questions. Whether in a classroom, rehearsal room, training space, or out in the community, she strives to collaborate in dismantling the oppressive systems within our society, organizations, and herself.

Currently based out of Asheville, NC, Madeline works as Program Director for Arts For Life and accepts contract work as a teaching artist, director, intimacy choreographer, and accessibility consultant. She also serves as co-leader of TYA/USA's Disability Affinity Group and on Pink Umbrella Theatre Company's Education Committee.

Madeline crouches next to a student holding a drum. The student has a scarf around their arms and their mouth open in excitement.

Learner-centered, community-oriented arts education and enrichment

Madeline crouches in front of an actor in rehearsal. She gives a note while laughing and gesturing with one hand. She is holding a notebook in her other hand. The actor's back is to the camera.

Intertwining source material with collaborators' perspectives and artistry

Madeline smiles at the camera wearing a light blue blazer and white top. Her hair is pulled back and the background is dark.

Collaborating for achievable, sustainable advancements in accessibility

Recent + Upcoming Highlights

Intimacy Choreographing Kinky Boots with Proud Mary Theatre Company

Intimacy Choreographed Spring Awakening with SoWashCo Summer Stock

Published Evolving Access-Centered Education in TYA: Creating Accessible, Affirming Standards in Programming for Disabled Young People in TYA Today
 

Collaborated with New York City Children's Theatre on Start the Conversation: Practicing Consent

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