A promotional image for Geezer
A promotional image for Geezer
Additional performances have been added to the run of Geoff Hoyle's solo show Geezer at The Marsh. Directed by David Ford, the piece, currently playing through July 10, will return to the venue's stage after a brief hiatus, running August 25 - September 18.

In the piece, Hoyle explores aging and mortality, sharing reminiscences about his life and riffing on such topics as life in a nursing home.

Hoyle originated the role of Zazu in the Broadway production of The Lion King. His other solo shows include Feast of Fools, The Convict's Return, (Geni(us), and The First Hundred Years. He has also appeared in productions at such regional theaters as Berkeley Rep, Seattle Repertory Theatre, A.C.T. and the La Jolla Playhouse, and was a member of the Pickle Family Circus.

In related news, it has been announced that the September 10 performance of Geezer will be a benefit for an upcoming production, Fwd: Life Gone Viral.

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