Meet the team
Producing Artistic Director
Madelyne attended The University of Southern California where she received a degree in Theatre and Narrative Studies. Madelyne has acted in, directed, and written numerous shows across the US. She co wrote Weed Shop The Musical along with Becca Grumet and Will Robertson. The show ran for nine weeks and was nominated across the board at the NoHo Fringe Festival, where Madelyne was awarded Best Director for her work. The writing team followed that with the Hollywood Fringe hit Will You Accept This Rose: The Bachelor Parody Musical, which was enjoyed by bachelor fans and bachelor stars alike. Madelyne can be seen regularly across LA in her musical improv group, Adele Dazeem.
Christine is thrilled to officially be joining the Domino One team. She most recently was seen in their production of Spelling Bee as Logainne schwartzandgrubenierre. Christine holds an acting degree with Meisner training from East Carolina University. She also has training from The Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, American Conservatory Theatre, Second City Chicago, and UCB. Before moving out to LA, Christine was a performer in Chicago where she worked on many new works, commercials, sketch comedy, improv, and waiting tables. In LA she has performed (and written!) for the Ruskin Group Theatre, was a main stage sketch performer at IO West (rip), performed in new works for the Eclectic Theatre and Hollywood Fringe, and currently works at the Youth Academy for Dramatic Art.
Industry Relations Manager
Anica (Ah-nee-tsa) Petrovic is extremely proud to be a member of the Domino One Productions staff and Resident Artists Program! She has recently been seen on stage in numerous cabarets with Domino One, following One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest with After Hours Theatre, as well as Bye, Bye, Birdie and The Wizard of Oz at Glendale Centre Theatre. Favorite credits include Brooke Wyndham in Legally Blonde: The Musical, Regina George in Mean Girls: The Musical, and Essie Carmichael in You Can't Take It With You. When she is not on stage, Anica works full time in the Digital Marketing sector of the entertainment industry, currently as a Producer at Unfold Agency. In the little free time that is left, she also dabbles in hair and make-up design.
Katy Marcella is an actor, dancer, and choreographer based in Los Angeles, CA, and a proud Resident Artist for Domino One Productions' 2019 season. After seeing Fosse on Broadway for her 10th birthday, Katy knew she wanted to spend her life onstage. Soon she immersed herself in the dance world, and traveled across the country to train with the Central Pennsylvania Youth Ballet and Milwaukee Ballet school. In high school, Katy joined her school's show choir and began choreographing for local community theatre productions at age 15. She received a BFA in Musical Theatre & Dance from the University of Minnesota Duluth.She also performed in the world premiere of composers' Kerrigan & Lowdermilk’s Tales from the Bad Years, the first fully-staged production of their song cycle by the same name. After graduating college, Katy spent some time in Istanbul, Turkey assistant teaching musical theatre dance at Maltepe Üniversitesi. Favorite credits: Grease (Cha Cha), Footloose (dance captain), Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Black & White in Paris, Glee, Gone Girl, The Fosters, and dancing for Richard Sherman’s 90th Birthday celebration. Choreography credits: Spelling Bee, Into the Woods (Domino One Productions)
After graduating with a BFA in Acting from Azusa Pacific University, Ellie Oliver decided to pursue her career in Los Angeles instead of moving back to Colorado. Previous credits include Olive Ostrovsky (Spelling Bee), Mary Warren (The Crucible), Velma Von Tussle (Hairspray). You can catch her in the independent film Carguments, as it makes its way through the festival circuit.