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Just Kidding: The Joshua Show: Episode 2
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Leonard Nimoy Thalia Theatre
Sat, Feb 24, 2018 11:00am
Sat, Feb 24, 2018 2:00pm
Expected Run Time is 60 minutes
tickets

Standard: $17

Member: $14


Each ticket subject to a $5 service fee.
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Part of Just Kidding / Family



The Joshua Show evokes the feeling of joy in audiences of all ages by teaching valuable lessons about celebrating our differences, finding joy in everyday life, and respecting honest feelings.  It’s about friendship, confidence, and the value of being yourself. Mr. Nicholas, a sock puppet and Joshua’s soulmate, makes an unnerving self-discovery that causes him to spiral down a path of loneliness and hopeless despair. How do you cheer up when life gets you down? Find out in this whimsical production featuring multiple styles of puppetry, live music, physical comedy, and tap dancing!
Recommended for ages 5+

Joshua Holden (creator & host) is an award-winning international puppeteer, actor, and joy-maker based in NYC, and was named one of "20 Theatre Workers You should Know" by American Theatre Magazine. Joshua was on the Broadway national tour of AVENUE Q, the Lead Puppeteer in Peter Pan 360 (ThreeSixty Entertainment), and garnered an Arts Impulse award as well as an IRNE nomination for "Best Actor In a Musical" as Bill Snibson in Me & My Girl (Reagle Music Theatre of Greater Boston). He worked with international street artist Banksy on his controversial piece Sirens of the Lambs. A proud Massachusetts native and an alumnus of the Walnut Hill School for the Arts, he earned a B.F.A. in Acting from The Chicago College of Performing Arts, Roosevelt University.
For more about The Joshua show, visit http://joshuashow.com/

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For families with children on the autism spectrum or with sensory sensitivities, this performance features: 

Brighter lighting in the audience

Lowered sound levels