Josh Prince's Broadway/US National Tour/West End credits include: Shrek, The Musical (Dreamworks Theatrical; Outer Critics Circle Nomination) Off-Broadway: The Kid (The New Group). New York City: The Bridge Project (BAM/The Old Vic ’09/’10, dir. Sam Mendes); The Jerry Springer Opera (starring Harvey Keitel) at Carnegie Hall; Camelot (starring Gabriel Byrne) with the NY Philharmonic at Lincoln Center (Televised on PBS); and All Singing All Dancing (Town Hall ‘09). Josh recently returned from Beijing, China where he choreographed the premier of the new Chinese musical, The Joker’s Game. He has also had the pleasure of choreographing the Spring Gala at The Kennedy Center hosted by Liza Minelli. Additional credits include: Tales From The Bad Years (Theater Works Palo Alto, dir.) Calvin Berger (MTC 7@7 Series, dir.), Emerald Man (NYMF, dir.), Barnum (dir.), Cabaret (dir.), Guys and Dolls, One Way Ticket To Hell (dir), The Full Monty, The Big Funk (dir.), La Boheme, Anything Goes and Singin’ In The Rain.
Previous Broadway/National Tour acting credits include: The Producers, in which he starred as Carmen Ghia opposite Martin Short and Jason Alexander, Saturday Night Fever, Little Me, and Cats. In addition to numerous regional roles and concerts, Josh has soloed twice at Town Hall in their Broadway By the Year series and starred as Cosmo Brown in concert of Singing In The Rain with the London Philharmonia in 2010. Earlier New York City credits include Babes In Arms, Do Re Mi, and Pajama Game for City Center Encores! and Paul Bunyan at NYC Opera. Off-Broadway he has starred in Forbidden Broadway and the play, In The Wings, as well as I Can Get It For You Wholesale (York Musicals in Mufti) and So Long 174th St. (Musicals Tonight). Film and Television credits include "Law and Order: SVU," the Warner Bros. film, "A Cinderella Story," starring Hillary Duff.
Teaching/Master Class credits include: Florida State University, NYU (Cap 21- Summer Program), “Bravo! On With The Show” (Bravo Television), Camp Broadway, Cincinnati College Conservatory of Music (CCM), Jen Waldman Studio, Stage Door Connections.