Associate Producer, #ReconcileThis Anishinaabe

Josh Languedoc

Last updated: May 27, 2024

Josh Languedoc is a proud member of Saugeen First Nation and lives as a guest in Treaty 6 Territory as an Anishinaabe playwright, producer, storyteller, and teacher. Since 2018, Josh has been touring his solo performance Rocko and Nakota: Tales From the Land to theatres and festivals all across Turtle Island. Some of Josh’s other plays include Feast (Gwaandak Theatre 2023, NewWorks and Fringe 2022), CIVIL BLOOD: A Treaty Story (Thou Art Here Theatre), The Eyes Of Spirits (Native Earth Performing Arts), and IN-COR-RI-GI-BLE: The Legend of Thundervoice (Blyth Festival).

Josh also teaches around the Edmonton area with the Citadel’s Foote Theatre School, Edmonton Public Schools, Artstrek, and Northern Alberta YMCA, and runs the teen playwriting program #WritesOfPassage at Workshop West Playwrights’ Theatre. As a producer, Josh has curated the pêhonân Series (Fringe Theatre), the Indigenous Pavilion (Silver Skate Festival), Connections//Collisions (Mile Zero Dance), and #ReconcileThis (National Arts Centre Indigenous Theatre). You may have also seen Josh don a leather jacket as Sonny Boy in the Indigenous hit Bear Grease (LightningCloud Productions).

Josh recently finished his MFA Theatre Practice with a focus on Indigenous Playwriting, where he is officially the third Indigenous person to ever finish this program.