Producer, Junkyard Dog Productions
MARLEEN MAGNONI ALHADEFF attended the University of Utah for a dance and ballet major followed by the University of Washington for an art & interior design major. She has worked for over 30 years in all aspects of the interior design field for both commercial and residential jobs. In 2006 Marleen joined Junkyard Dog Productions as a partner and is currently a member of The Broadway League and The National Alliance for Musical Theater. She has been one of the Producing Partner of Seattle’s 5th Avenue Theatre since 2007. Marleen has served on the boards of MusiComedy, Cornish College of the Arts Players Club, Mothers Against Violence in America, Seattle Children’s Museum and Chair of the Foundation for Early Learning. She, along with her husband, established The Alhadeff Family Charitable Foundation in 1997. Marleen has been active in advocating for gun safety, environmental issues, campaign finance reform, civil rights initiatives, and access to the arts.