Josh Henry

Josh H.

Reseda, CA
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Shakespearean Acting

Levels Taught:
Beginner, Intermediate
I've been doing Shakespeare professionally for 8 years. I have done 22 out of the 36 plays. I've been the fool, the hero, the villain, the lover, and the fighter. I have an extensive knowledge of first folio technique and how to properly analyze Shakespeare's beautiful text. My goal is to spread the wonderful news that Shakespeare is not boring, dated, or dead.
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Josh delivers an exceptional lesson experience and ranks in the top 15% of our teachers nationwide.
Teaches students:
Ages 5+ and special needs

Teaching since:

I began playing percussion when I was 11 years old in my middle school concert band. Then, when I turned 13, I got my first drum kit and before you knew it, drums were my whole life. I was marching in a drum line during the week and playing venues on the weekends. I've played in jazz bands, metal bands, marching bands, hardcore bands, pop bands, Irish folk bands, and anything else you might think of.

Drums are the universal language for all music and they deserve to be heard. I would love to help you learn to share them with the world.


BFA Acting
Aug 2008 - May 2012
Oklahoma City University


Advanced Actor Combatant
Dec 2016
Academy of Fight Directors Canada

I am certified though the fight directors union of Canada to portray violence on stage or in front of the camera safely and stylishly.

Photos & Videos

Practice, practice, practice!!!

Combining my love of theater and drums in this production of Shakespeare's "Much Ado About Nothing".

When I was but a wee one. :)


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