Dance Professor/Choreographer Geoffrey Doig-Marx(recently married) is having the time of his life. Geoffrey has been on faculty at Marymount Manhattan for 12 years and recently joined the Musical Theatre Department of Montclair State University where this semester he is choreographing Kiss of the Spiderwoman. NAMED ONE OF "NINE DANCEMAKERS MAKING HISTORY" by Dance Spirit Magazine. He is currently working with composer Michael Hoagland on the book/lyrics of a new musical that will start workshops in the fall of 2012 and this summer he will be returning to choreograph his 4th show "Cabaret" for Park Playhouse in Albany NY. His blog "A Day in the Life" about his life growing up is read by over 6,000 people on a weekly basis. This December he discovered painting and it has become his passion. He was honored and shocked when was invited to display his painting on Art's on Division Street this May 2012.
Mr. Doig-Marx is currently on faculty at Marymount Manhattan College, ARB's Princeton Ballet School, Rider University, Westminster College of the Arts and The Pulse in Westchester. He is a member of Actor's Equity and an associate member of The Society of Stage Directors and Choreographers. He has previously worked on the staffs at Broadway Dance Center, STEPS, Ballet Arts, Puerto Rican Traveling Theater, and Susan Jaffe's school PDT.
As a performer, Mr. Doig-Marx appeared in the Equity National Tours and Regional Theater Productions of West Side Story, Pippin, A Chorus Line, Dames at Sea, Cabaret, La Cage aux Folles, Fiddler on the Roof, Jesus Christ Superstar and many others.
Geoffrey received a Certificate of Excellence in Cultural Achievement from the Manhattan Borough President office of The Mayor of New York City for his work with The Elan Awards and was the recipient of "The Harkness Choreographers Grant" from SUNY Purchase. An avid animal rights supporter he is a member of PETA and the ASPCA.
Mr. Doig-Marx's tell all book about his days as a Disney dancer is titled "Not Only Magic Floats" can now be read in Blog form. www.geoffreydoig-marx.com