Genre: Comedy, Dance, Kids
Written and performed by Joshua Holden, with live musical stylings by Jeb Colwell, directed by Jessica Lazar.

After five years of touring around the world, award-winning puppeteer Joshua Holden, returns with a brand new show made for anyone that feels disheartened by all the ugliness in the world. THE JOSHUA SHOW: EPISODE 2 thrills audiences of all ages by celebrating individuality in ourselves and others, helping to combat the doldrums of everyday life. It’s about friendship, confidence, and the value of being yourself. When The Joshua Show gang is troubled by the terrible things happening in the world, Joshua leads the quest to fight for joy. How do you cheer up when life gets you down? Put on your dancing shoes and find out in this whimsical production featuring multiple styles of puppetry, live music, physical comedy, and tap dancing! Even if you show up a sulky sourpuss, you’re sure to leave an “Ambassador of Joy”.

 The four-week limited engagement will be at HERE in the Dorothy B. Williams Theater, located at 145 6th Ave. (enter on Dominick, 1 Block South of Spring), as  part of the SubletSeries@HERE, a curated rental program, which provides artists with subsidized space and equipment, as well as, technical support. Performances begin SaturdaySeptember  9th and continue through SaturdaySeptember 30th2017


Featuring lighting design by Jay Ryan, puppet design by Joshua Holden, and original music composed by Jeb Colwell, Joshua Holden, and Dave Neff. Katie Kennedy is the production stage manager and Jean Marie Keevins is the producer.


THE JOSHUA SHOW: EPISODE 2  plays the following regular schedule through Sat, Sept 30th:


Saturdays at 2 pm
Sundays at 2 pm


Tickets are $20: visit or call 212-352-3101.


HERE is located at 145 6th Avenue (enter on Dominick, 1 Block South of Spring), New York, NY 10013


Suitable for ages 6 to 106.


Running Time: 45 minutes


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About the Company: Little Shadow Productions

Jean Marie Keevins (Little Shadow Productions) is a producer, puppet artist and writer.  She was a  producer for James Godwin's  multi-award winning Lunatic Cunning.  Most recently, Jean Marie has served as the Executive Producer for Heather Henson & Ty Defoe's Crane as will as Henson's International Crane Backpack Show.  Jean Marie continues to write and produce original works with her collaborators including Zwerge  and the upcoming Elephant in the Room with Sahr Ngaujah for her production company, Little Shadow Productions. Prior to her long tenure as the VP of Business Development at Puppet Heap, she produced, built puppets, stage managed, and puppeteered for productions around the world and domestically at venues including Carnegie Hall and the Cherry Lane Theater. Building credits include The Muppets, Baby Einstein, The Daily Show, Avenue Q,and Funny or Die to name a few.  Jean Marie has been fortunate to receive fiscal support from the Jim Henson Foundation and the Puffin Foundation and residencies at NIDSA, Space on Ryder Farm, The Orchard Project, The O'Neill and more. A graduate of the UConn Puppet Arts program, she is a recurring guest lecturer at New York University. Jean Marie is the proud to serve as the Associate Artistic Director of the National Puppetry Conference and is a former board member of the international puppetry organization, UNIMA-USA.  

Open:   09/09/17
Close:   09/30/17

Saturdays at 2pm
Sundays at 2pm:
Theater:   Here Arts Center
Address:   145 Avenue of the Americas
New York, NY 10013
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Closest subway: C,E to Spring Street; south to theatre

Buy Tickets Online or Call: Ovation Tickets at 866-811-4111
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Is an award-winning international puppeteer, actor, and joy-maker based in NYC, 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.


Is a New York City based songwriter and entertainer. He was the frontman for “Hector On Stilts”, a pop-rock band whose songs have been featured on TV shows like ABC’s Brothers And Sisters. Currently, Jeb writes, records and performs with his band “Colwell”. In 2012 they began performing as the house band for a People’s Improv Theatre sketch comedy team, for whom Jeb also created content including a video spoof of the “Wham!” classic Last Christmas (which the Huffington Post called “four-and-a-half minutes of toe-curling hilarity”.) Along with Grammy Award winner Andres Levin, Jeb co-wrote and performed the lead vocal on Cuba En Mi Corazon, a recording produced for “Up With People”. Fun fact: Jeb’s grandfather was Academy Award winning actor, Anthony Quinn (from whom he derives the uncanny resemblance!).


Is a multi-media director, working both in film and theatre. Originally from Texas, she found a love for storytelling at the local community theatre. The collaborative nature, not just behind the scenes but also with the audience, inspired her to pursue directing. After working for the Cherry Lane Theatre and Hartford Stage, she worked as the Artistic Director and Vice-President of the Metropolis Opera Project. An opera company based in New York City, whose mission was to redefine opera and present opera to a new audience. Over the past couple years she has expanded farther into film, directing several shorts and exploring music videos. She was the 1st assistant director of the feature film Money Matters, and the web series  D.I.N.K.s. and also served as associate producer on the short film The Prodigal Mother, among others. The Joshua Show has been an opportunity to rediscover her love of stage. Telling a story both adults and children can connect with, creating an environment for everyone to feel welcomed, and passing on a message we’re proud of makes the  whole team work harder everyday.