Geoffrey Doig-Marx

Visual Artist-
 
Named one of  “Nine Dancemakers Making History”
by DanceSpirit Magazine
 

NAMED ONE OF “NINE DANCEMAKERS MAKING HISTORY” ….Cover Story Dance Spirit Magazine
GDM- Is currently on faculty at Marymount Manhattan College (17 yrs), Montclair State University …

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Spamalot! The Reviews are in!!!! It’s a Smash hit! Spamalot! The Reviews are in!!!! It’s a Smash hit!

‘Spamalot’ captures bizarre comedy of Monty Python
The score is fun throughout and the ensemble is excellent as theydo justice to the superlative high-energy choreography of Geoffrey Doig-Marx…Bob Goepfert The Record
‘Spamalot’ riotous fun at Park Playhouse 
By Steve …

"Cabaret is, quite simply, the best show Park Playhouse has ever done.’"-Michael Eck…The Times Union- "Cabaret is, quite simply, the best show Park Playhouse has ever done.’"-Michael Eck…The Times Union-

The Reviews are in and Cabaret is a Smash!!!!!
Critic picks the top 10 theater productions of 2012
By BOB GOEPFERT
Voted one of the top 10 shows of the year! The comeback story of the year is …

Kiss of the Spider "Even nicer if you are Geoffrey Doig-Marx your brush has been selected to paint the dance-canvas on stage ‘" Kiss of the Spider "Even nicer if you are Geoffrey Doig-Marx your brush has been selected to paint the dance-canvas on stage ‘"

And if you’re choreographer, Mr Doig-Marx, you had a bevy of talented dancers to unleash on multiple occasions around the multi-legged, eerie (and flown-in!) spider woman herself, Victoria Meade – and then again a few times …

"Springtime for Hitler, which ranks as the funniest eye-popping and side-splitting scene in Park Playhouse’s 23-year history.’" "Springtime for Hitler, which ranks as the funniest eye-popping and side-splitting scene in Park Playhouse’s 23-year history.’"

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 …