Genevieve Joy made her theatrical debut starring as Betsy Ross in the Greenwich Country Day School’s first grade play, Betsy Ross & The First American Flag. From there her career really took off. In 2011, Genevieve attended Tony Robbins’ event Date with Destiny and told Tony, as well as a couple thousand other people, she would have her own HBO special by the following year. In 2012, she performed an original one-woman show, entitled My HBO Special, directed by Samantha Jones, wherein she played five original characters. Later that year, Genevieve relocated to Los Angeles, to star as Libby Tucker in the Falcon (Now known as the Garry Marshall Theatre)’s production of Neil Simon’s I Ought to be in Pictures. From there, she acted in three productions with the GGC Players: Wild Songs & Naked Souls, Joyce Carol Oates’ masterpiece, I Stand Before You Naked, and the world premiere production of Renee Taylor & Joe Bologna’s Love All Ways, all expertly directed by Gloria Gifford… And two Teatro Del O productions; starring as star of the silent era, Greta Garbo in HollyWould, and golden era Hollywood gossip columnist, Hedda Hopper in Hollywood Diary, both written and directed by Octavio Carlin. In 2016, Genevieve wrote and starred in the play Like Blood From A Cheap Cigar.