Geoffrey Mergele

SAG-AFTRA/AEA

Geoffrey Mergele’s song and dance talents have led him across the country playing regional theatres and touring houses. From the scariest jitterbug in Oz, to dancing baseball player to lasso throwing bumpkin, his theatrical career has covered a wide spectrum of roles. With a strong musical background, Geoffrey studied piano since the age of 6, as well as the cello. Geoffrey’s career expansion into film and television has led to engagements on the hit web series Fat Guy Show, HBO’s The Normal Heart, and the short film MBFF, as well as a recent Bacardi Commercial where he played the Bar Eel. Recently, Mergele was seen playing Greg in A Chorus Line with The Secret Theatre and as a supernumary in Nabucco and in Die Entführung aus dem Serail with The Metropolitan Opera; this season, he appears as a member of the Imperial Guard in Turandot and as a supernumary in La bohème with the esteemed opera house. His newest endeavor is studying puppetry for Film/TV.

Sep
2017

Sep-26
to
Oct-28
Les Contes d’Hoffmann
The Metropolitan Opera
New York, NY
Oct
2017

Oct-02
to
Nov-04
La bohème
The Metropolitan Opera
New York, NY
Oct-12
to
Nov-16
Turandot
The Metropolitan Opera
New York, NY
Feb
2018

Feb-16
to
Mar-10
La bohème
The Metropolitan Opera
New York, NY
Mar
2018

Mar-21
to
Apr-05
Turandot
The Metropolitan Opera
New York, NY
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6 New York Innovative Theatre Foundation Award nominations!
 A Chorus  Line “Geoffrey Mergele and the cast of  A Chorus Line have been nominated 6 “New York Innovative Theatre Foundation” awards! Click here to see a list of the nominees!”
…energetic choreography…
The Music Man “Geoffrey Mergele’s energetic choreography is also a big plus…Many laughs are provided by the eccentric townspeople. Saxtons River Playhouse gets double duty out of Mergele as Mayor Shinn a walking malpropos machine”Brattleboro Reformer 
…excellent comic timing…
 Anything Goes “Geoffrey Mergele’s sturdy voice, excellent comic timing, and light-footed dancing serves well in the role of Billy Crocker.” –Brattleboro Reformer 
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