a saucy minx, delights as love-wary, man-crazy but men-hating Ilona... her tour-de-force ‘Trip to the Library’ is done with glory

Lea Madda is a performer and director based in the Los Angeles area. She holds an MFA in Acting from UCLA and a Bachelor of Music, Manga Cum Laude, in Classical Voice from Boston University. Favorite on-stage roles include: Ilona Ritter (She Loves Me), Lois (Kiss Me Kate), Helena (A Midsummer Night’s Dream), Rosalind (As You Like It), and her recent Elsa Schraeder (The Sound of Music). In 2016, Lea collaborated with film director Francis Ford Coppola on his experimental live-cinema project Distant Vision, in which she played an iteration of Coppola’s mother in 1940s Brooklyn. Recipient of the John Nicholson Prize in Acting. Lea also instructs at the UCLA School of Theater, Film, and Television as a guest lecturer. AEA. @itsleamadda