Josh Languedoc

Josh Languedoc photographJosh Languedoc is an Anishinaabe playwright, theatre creator, and educator currently living in Amiskwaciywaskahigan and is a proud member of Saugeen First Nation. For the past 2 years, Josh has been touring his acclaimed solo show Rocko and Nakota: Tales From the Land across Canada. Other projects include: The Eyes Of Spirits (Dreamspeakers), CIVIL BLOOD: A Treaty Story (Thou Art Here Theatre), Feast (Tiny Bear Jaws) and IN-COR-RI-GI-BLE: The Legend of Thundervoice (Blyth Festival). Josh is currently a candidate at the University of Alberta’s MFA Theatre Practices program focusing on Indigenous playwriting. As an educator, Josh has taught theatre, acting, improvisation, and playwriting at the Citadel Theatre, Artstrek, and all throughout Edmonton Public Schools. Josh is currently the Youth Education and Outreach Coordinator for Workshop West Playwrights Theatre.

“A compelling story told by a masterful storyteller…Languedoc fills the entire stage with his performance and characters…run, don’t walk to get tickets.”

Brian Caroll, Apt613

Creator/performer Josh Languedoc is unmatched in his gift and generosity as a storyteller…a chameleon onstage…a commanding stage presence”

Check the Program Victoria

“Languedoc has fashioned something valuable for people who want to begin to know more about indigenous world views and perspectives and are serious about reconciliation. I recommend this presentation. It’s suited for all ages.”

Christian Steckler, Review Vancouver

“The actor (and writer) moves from one character to another beautifully and seamlessly, holding our attention through the winding tale.”

Evelyn McKelvie, Theatre Addicts Vancouver