Josh Campbell conjures a world in all three of the Bride’s main spaces that confronts the challenges of Black and brown people in Aleppo, Baltimore, Charleston, and beyond.
Joshua Campbell is a graduate of the University of the Arts in Philadelphia with a focus in playwriting and producing. In Philadelphia he has worked as a director, dramaturge, and producer for various organizations including Philadelphia Young Playwrights, Azuka Theater, and the Ira Brind School of Theatre Arts. As a playwright, his works include Surviving the Dream, On the Seventh Day, and Liberi Tutti. He has received commissions for community engagement / social activism work from Act II Playhouse and the Painted Bride Arts Center. He was finalist for the 2016 Jerome Fellowship and Many Voices Fellowship. Awards include the 2014 Ira Brind School of Theater Arts Excellence in Playwriting Award and the 2010 Centerstage Young Playwrights Festival Finalist. He was a 2015 BAU Institute Otranto Arts and Culture Literary Fellow.
Every fourth Monday of the month, Secret Show invites emerging and esteemed local artists to take over the Painted Bride stage and produce the hour-long artistic experience of their dreams. The catch? You can’t know any details about the show until the lights go down and the curtain rises!
2017 SECRET SHOW SCHEDULE