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Geoff Knott



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Geoff joined DMTC in November 2005 to take the part of a second-class passenger, Charles Clarke, in "Titanic the Musical", performed in January 2006. This was Geoff's first venture into musical theatre and joining the wonderful members of DMTC was the best introduction to musical theatre he could have had.

He is grateful to his lifelong friend, Marian Aitchison and more recently, his singing teacher Angela McCormick for tutelage to help him make the most of his voice.
Geoff joined the chorus for “Mack & Mabel” in 2008, took the part of Avram the bookseller in “Fiddler on the Roof” in 2009 and managed to learn the tap routines as a chorus member in “42nd Street”. In February 2013 he took the part of Jonas Fogg, the somewhat crazed owner of the lunatic asylum in "Sweeney Todd".

In June 2013 he joined the chorus for “Some Enchanted Evenings”, a rather gentler musical experience. In the 2014 production of A Tale of Two Cities Geoff was delighted to play two contrasting parts, in Act 1 the gentle Gabelle, steward to the evil Marquis St Evremonde and in Act 2, the aristocrat-hating President of the Paris Tribunal, who sentences Charles Darnay to the guillotine.

He is delighted to be a member of the Principal Chorus in Sunset Boulevard.




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