NEWS

Lotus Root Support Group

January 2020

This March, coinciding with International Women's Week, I will be making my Singapore directing debut with Lotus Root Support Group - an independent production about Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome or PCOS, written and performed by Singaporean theatremakers, Shannen Tan and Miriam Cheong. 

Lotus Root Support Group

Theatreworks

March 3 - 6, 2022

Get tickets here: https://lotusroot.eventbrite.sg/

**UPDATE 17/2/2022 - WE ARE SOLD OUT! Additional tickets will be released on 21/2, Monday!

Theater in Quarantine x New Georges

April 2021

On April 29th 2021, I will be sound designing the world premiere of All The Different Ways That Commodore Matthew Perry Could Have Died Before Opening Japan But Didn't by Julia Izumi created by Theater in Quarantine and co-produced with New Georges. It will be live-streamed (and live-performed) on Youtube from Joshua's converted white closet.

All The Different Ways That Commodore Matthew Perry Could Have Died Before Opening Japan But Didn't by Julia Izumi

Theater in Quarantine's Youtube Channel

April 29, 7pm  and 9pm

(and available to stream)

Audible's Accelerator Program

November - December 2020

One of my closest collaborators, Nicholas Chan, and I have been accepted into Amazon's Audible Accelerator Program! Over Nov/Dec, we will be turning Nick's thesis play at NYU, ROOFTOPS, into an epic audio drama which might be released as an Audible Original in 2021.

We will be producing ROOFTOPS with Roshan Singh, writer, creator and award-winning producer of Temujin: An Audio Drama

Stay tuned!

"Testing Dunleavy-Grove" - An Audio Drama

October - November 2020

Depite being 12 hours away from New York on the sunny isle of Singapore, I worked with a team of theatre makers in New York to make and release Testing Dunleavy-Grove under the new audio play series "Fast Radio Burst!". We were also featured on Broadway World - "NY Theater Artists Release New Podcast For Audio Plays, FAST RADIO BURST!"

Amy Grove's influencer empire has fallen. Forced to move back to her hometown, she discovers it holds every hallmark of a happy life: a best friend, an old flame, a new suitor and a Harvest Festival to boot. Great Pines is perfect - or, it should be. So why does it feel so artificial? As she stares down the horrors of her love life, Amy must decide what's real and what's fake, and what it means for her happiness.