Geoffrey Doig-Marx

Visual Artist-
 
Named one of  “Nine Dancemakers Making History”
by DanceSpirit Magazine
 
www.gdmartist.com
 
 
Geoffrey Doig-Marx (GDM) Moved to New York City in the mid 80’s where he started a career in dance and musical theatre. At age 15 …

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The Producers

The Producers

In the A Chorus Line-ish “I Wanna Be a Producer,” flashily choreographed by Geoffrey Doig-Marx to include a dozen gold-lame draped chorus girls tapping, including one obviously in need of a shave, some estrogen, and some dance lessons….James Yeara Metroland

One of the show’s key numbers, “I Wanna Be a Producer.” Choreographer Geoffrey Doig-Marx surrounded Jacoby with snazzy ensemble moves”…….. Michael Eck Times Union.com

But the hit of The Producers is “Springtime for Hitler,” which ranks as the funniest eye-popping and side-splitting scene in Park Playhouse’s 23-year history. It is an orgy of chotchkes worn in places few chotchkes have gone before; by the time the song hits its Busby Berkeley/June Taylor homage, in the capable hands/heads/rears/breasts of Park Playhouse’s chorus, “Springtime for Hitler” achieves a comedic panache I laughed about long into the night…..James Yeara Metroland

Throughout the evening the big dance numbers (including “Keep It Gay” and the totally over-the-top “Springtime for Hitler”) impressed in a spunky, ‘let’s put on a show’ way.……. Michael Eck Times Union.com

Geoffrey Doig-Marx’s “Springtime For Hitler” is a hoot……Bob Goepfert The Record

Director: Michael LoPorto, Choreography: Geoffrey Doig-Marx, Musical Direction: Justin P. Cowan, Artistic Director: Owen M. Smith

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