Geoff Hoyle

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Geoff Hoyle (born April 15, 1945) is an English performer who originated the role of Zazu in the Broadway theatre production of The Lion King. Hoyle has also performed in vaudeville shows, worked with Bill Irwin in "The Pickle Family Circus", performed with Cirque Du Soleil's Nouvelle Expérience,[1] and performed with the Revels.[citation needed]

In 2002, Hoyle performed in "Feast of Fools" at the La Jolla Playhouse in San Diego, California.[2]

In 2007, Hoyle performs in Teatro ZinZanni[3] in both its Seattle, Washington and San Francisco, California venues.[citation needed]

In July/August 2009, Hoyle will perform the role of Alfred Doolittle as a special guest in Lamplighters Music Theatre's My Fair Lady. Dates are scheduled in the Bay Area of California.[citation needed]

Geoff's son Dan Hoyle has become a well-respected live theater actor in both San Francisco and New York.[citation needed]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Cirque Tribune users (28 March 2009). "Cirque Tribune". Cirque du Soleil. 
  2. ^ Gordon Osmond (16 June 2002). "Review: Feast of Fools". CurtainUp. 
  3. ^ Pat Craig (30 August 2007). "ZinZanni performers ready for anything". Contra Costa Times. 

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