Genevieve has worked extensively in Theatre, Film and Television since graduating from NIDA (too many decades ago!).
Genevieve has worked for major theatre companies around Australia including Belvoir Street, Griffin and most recently in the State Theatre Company’s production of Maggie Stone.
Genevieve is also an experienced and in-demand acting coach and screen acting teacher.
TV credits include:
- All Saints
- Love is a Four Letter Word
- Home and Away
- Brides of Christ.
Big screen appearances include:
- The Dish (nominated for Best Supporting Actress),
- Thank God
- He Met Lizzie
- Emoh Ruo (nominated for Best Supporting Actress)
Maureen has written a number of stage shows, including the award-winning Alzheimer’s the Musical: A night to remember! produced at the Melbourne Comedy Festival, Adelaide Fringe & Gilded Balloon for the Edinburgh Fringe. It’s also been produced three times by Ghostlight Theatre in Surprise, Arizona.
Her play Ada & Elsie: Wacko-the-Diddle-oh! premiered at the 2014 Adelaide Fringe followed by a Melbourne & regional tour.
Maureen is co-writer with Rob George of the play Lovers & Haters: The Turbulent Times of Don Dunstan, a 2008 Adelaide Festival of Arts production.
Maureen has written for TV, including Blue Heelers, Chuck Finn, Wormwood, animated series Magical Tales, The Woodlies, Gasp, The Davincibles, Ketchup & The Odd Family for Timmoon France. Most recently she has been a question writer for quiz shows Million Dollar Minute & The Chase Australia.
Maureen has also had four children’s books published but JK Rowling is not worried!
Prospect’s directors, Maureen Sherlock and Rob George, have many years of experience in the development and production of film, theatre and TV drama and documentary. Major production credits include the mini-series “The River Kings” and the feature “Selkie” and the documentaries “Fearless” and “Trapped”. And for the stage, “Lovers & Haters – the turbulent times of Don Dunstan”, “Alzheimer’s The Musical – A Night To Remember” and “Ada & Elsie – Wacko-the-diddle-oh”.