Hadley is a veteran stage actor who has performed in theatres in New York, London, Edinburgh, Massachusettes, D.C., Virginia, South Carolina, Portland, Oregon and California. Favorite roles include Mary Haskell in “Rest Upon the Wind,” (Skirball Center), Lyubov Ranefskya in “The Cherry Orchard” (Strange Sun Theater Company), Dorine in “Tartuffe,” (directed by Bob Hobbs), Nanny/Kate/The Principal in “Baby With the Bathwater,” (Edinburgh Fringe Festival), Christina in “Fefu and Her Friends,” (Williamstown Theater Festival), and many others. She received classical training in theatre from the British American Drama Academy in London, and from The Shakespeare Theatre, in Washington, D.C. Her on-camera work includes an extensive list of commercials, and several small films. In 2018, she made her Tribeca Film Festival debut in a lead role in the Virtual Reality film, “Queerskins: A Love Story,” which went on to win a Peabody Award for New Media in 2019. The second chapter of Queerskins, “Ark,” was due to appear at Tribeca in 2020 and just premiered at the Venice Biennale in September. Hadley is also a published short-story writer, an award-winning screenwriter and the single mother of two boys.