Come see my newest play: DELIVERY
From The Functional Shoes comes a glimpse into three different worlds and the strange threads that bind them.
Three women fail to get the message across.
Plastic animals come to life.
Teenagers get left out of history books.
Delivery: a triptych
TICKETS (only $12!)
run time: 60 minutes
Presented by The Tank
312 West 36th Street / First Floor / New York, NY 10018
conceived and written by Genevieve Simon
developed with and directed by Claire Edmonds
music by Zak Houston and Marlena Mack
featuring Maribel Martinez, Genevieve Simon, Zak Houston, and Marlena Mack
We had two packed houses at The PIT Underground for the workshop of my newest play, LG! Check out the pictures below!
LG: a workshop
written by Genevieve Simon
directed by Emily Moler
(all photos taken by Giancarlo Osaben)
Genevieve is performing in a new play written by Columbia MFA student Marianna Staroselsky Dec 8-10th!
100 Awkward Ways to Be A Person
Conceived and Written by Marianna Staroselsky
Directed by Rory McGregor
Dramaturgy by Blossom Johnson
Stage Management by R Christopher Maxwell
Roger cannot seem to stop sweating. Alex is unable to keep track of herself. Allison just wants to have a proper orgasm, and Anya is hungry and waiting for Vampire Time. What do they all have in common? "100 Awkward Ways to Be a Person" is a dark comedy that explores a few of the many ways in which it is awkward, nearly-impossible, and anxiety-inducing as hell to be a person in the United States today.
Friday, 10:30 - 11:00PM
Saturday, 10:30 - 11:00PM
Sunday, 4:30 - 5:00 PM
Tickets Available Below:
Genevieve has just started rehearsals as a member of Bluelaces Theatre Company's latest immersive, sensory-based show for children on the autism spectrum and their families: SUDS!
in SUDS, Genevieve plays PJ, a friendly red sweatshirt puppet come to life.
More information about Bluelaces HERE
Genevieve has two new plays on her New Play Exchange page, check them out HERE
LG, a love letter to mindless summer jobs
Delivery, a triptych of lost messages
Stay tuned for future readings and workshops!
Genevieve's been unpacking the excellent Melissa Ross play Nice Girl in her scene study class with Brad Fleischer.
Genevieve just began working as a Costumed Interpreter at The Tenement Museum, playing the role of Victoria Confino on the Meet Victoria tour!
Immersive theatre meets educational museum tour as Victoria shares her life as a fourteen year old Sephardic Jewish girl living in the tenements of the Lower East Side in 1916.
Genevieve performs weekly, using a 700 page tome of references and research on the actual Victoria Confino (a real resident of 97 Orchard St) to create an improvised, interactive performance within an intimate setting - her living room!
Come to the Tenement Museum and see for yourself: Click Here