Geoffrey Doig-Marx is the Artistic Director of "The Mantis Project" Dance Company, Creator of "The Elan Awards", an annual showcase that in 2002 will honor Ann Reinking. (In 2001 The Elan Awards honored Choreographer Jerry Mitchell with Special Guest Cady Huffman from "The Producers" and Jason Upshal from "The Full Monty". 2000 Winner was Graciella Daniele with special guest Susan Lucci and Hope Clarke) and Co-Creator of "The Elan Dance Festival" sponsored by The Broadway Dance Center. Geoffrey is also a member of The American Dance Guild, Dance Theater Workshop, The Field and Actors Equity.
Geoffrey was named one of nine dancers making history by DanceSpirit Magazine. His work has appeared on "PBS", "The CBS News", "What's Hot New York", "DRA" (Dancers Responding to AIDS) "Performance Outlet at Broadway Dance Center", "New Dance Group" and New York City's "First Night 1997".
Geoffrey had choreographed and taught for various theaters, Entertainment companies and showcases throughout the United States, Canada and Europe. December 2000 Geoffrey's work was part of "DRA", "The Best of Broadway Dance Center Showcase" and "The American Dance Guild Festival". Geoffrey received "The Harkness Choreographer Grant" at Purchase and a Choreographers grant from the New Dance Group in New York City.
"The Mantis Projects" permanent home is at The Broadway Dance Center in New York City.
Please also keep your eyes open for a book he just finished writing entitled "Not Only Magic Floats".
Please look for an article and photo spread of Geoffrey Doig-Marx and "The Elan Award" choreographers in the April 2001 Issue of DanceSpirit Magazine.