Performing in This Is A Mortality Play Set In An Office Depot for Urbanite Theatre's virtual New Works Festival
Starred as Kay in the short film Crow God with Live Source Films
Short film Love's Best Habit in pre-production
GENEVIEVE SIMON is an actor and playwright based in New York. She performed the title role in Hamlet at Nebraska Shakespeare Festival, and she has helped playwrights develop new work at Ensemble Studio Theatre, New Georges, Columbia University, and The Tank. Regional theatre credits include: The Thanksgiving Play (Urbanite Theatre), Adaptive Radiation (Denizen Theatre), This Is A Mortality Play Set In An Office Depot (Urbanite Theatre), Henry IV Part I (International Shakespeare Center Santa Fe with Tabling: The Podcast), and All’s Well That Ends Well (Nebraska Shakespeare). Next up: a lead role in the short film Crow God from Live Source Films.
As a playwright, Genevieve centers women and gender nonbinary people in magical plays about mundane things. Her recent work includes Bloom Bloom Pow, Sister/Friend, Guarding, and Romeo + Juliet + Anybodys. Genevieve’s plays have produced and developed in New York at The Tank, Corkscrew Theatre Festival, The People’s Improv Theatre, Pete’s Candy Store, and The HIVE. Regionally, her plays have been seen at the Cincinnati Fringe Festival, PortFringe Festival, and with Actors Theatre of Louisville's Apprentice Company. Awards: Critic’s Pick, Producer’s Pick of the Fringe (Cincinnati Fringe 2017). She is proud to be a New Georges Affiliated Artist.