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Josh Boyce

Josh Boyce: The Artist 

Born in Bridgetown, Barbados, Josh Boyce always knew he wanted to pursue the arts. He began his career in his grandmother’s basement, where his cousin would teach him how to dance. After moving to New York at the age of four he continued to train as a dancer, eventually being recruited by the National Dance Institute. Josh has since danced with Alvin Ailey’s Hearts of Men, directed by Earl Mosley, and the Inspirational Dance Team coached by Yvette Caraballo.

At Brooklyn High School of the Arts, he embarked on a new journey as a singer and performed in spaces such as Madison Square Garden, and Barclays Center. After performing FAME at the Schubert Festival in his senior year, he was accepted into both Berklee College of Music and the SUNY Purchase Acting Conservatory.

After choosing Purchase, Josh discovered much about himself. He started a production company, headlined a music festival, modeled for fashion shows, and acted in numerous plays such as Fucking A by Suzan-Lori Parks, Road by Jim Cartwright, and Good Goods by Christina Anderson.

Josh wishes to convey the strength and love instilled in him by his mother through his work. There is no oversimplification of him. If you were to ask Josh who he is, he would respond, “Who I am is pages long.”


Nurse (Machinal)


Fucking A (Monster)

Monster (Fucking A)


Good Goods (Wire)

Wire (Goods Goods)



Dog Hamma (Orpheus Descending)


Road (Molly)

Molly (Road)