Géraldine is a Swiss American actress praised for her “spark” and “spunk” on stage.
Géraldine is a company member with New York’s Broken Box Mime Theater (IT Award: Outstanding Performance Art 2016, Outstanding Choreography 2016, Outstanding Ensemble 2014), with whom she will be performing this winter in SEE REVERSE, chosen as part of A.R.T./New York’s inaugural season.
She played the role of Overseer/Capo in the highly praised opera The Passenger directed by David Pountney at Lyric Opera in Chicago, Detroit Opera House and Florida Grand Opera.
In Chicago, Géraldine played the female lead in the American Premieres of both Howard Barker’s Minna and Emilio Williams’ Tables and Beds. She also worked with numerous regional theater companies, which include Steppenwolf Theatre, Fox Valley Repertory, Trap Door Theatre and NYC’s New Stage Theater.
In Switzerland, she is a company member with Strings Attached Theatre, with whom she performed at the Festspiele in Zuerich 2016 in honor of the 100 Years Dada Celebration.
On screen, Géraldine can be seen in the independent film TMF10, as well as in the TV mini series I’d Kill For You, the webseries Downtown Girls and commercials for AYI.
Géraldine has a theater degree from Northwestern University and was awarded an artist grant from Switzerland for her one woman show Fawn, which premiered at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.