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Joshua E. Feliciano-Sánchez Moser (Josh FS Moser) is a Puerto Rican (and Italian) actor, director, and coach based in New York City. They have an MFA from Savannah College of Art and Design and a BA from West Chester University of Pennsylvania. Additional training with SITI Company at the 2013 Summer Intensive, and in Bali with the master teachers of Bali Taksu: The Power of Clown. They are a proud member of the Equity Membership Candidacy program, the Hispanic Organization of Latin Actors, the Voice and Speech Trainers Association, and the Society of American Fight Directors.

As a teacher, Josh is a certified teacher of Fitzmaurice Voicework®, and teaches speech and accent work using Knight Thompson Speechwork. They were the Editor of the VASTA Voice for the Voice and Speech Trainers Association. Josh is a Fulbright Specialist, serving a three year term on the Specialist’s Roster. They have taught voice, directed, and voice coached for several companies and universities, including 13th Street Repertory Theater and Phoenix Theatre Ensemble, and institutions like The American Academy of Dramatic ArtsPACE University, and in the Trinity/La MaMa Performing Arts semester. Currently, Josh is serving as the Interim Head of Voice and Speech for the Brown University/Trinity Repertory Company MFA Programs in Acting and Directing.

As an actor, Josh has appeared on stage in NYC productions with Phoenix Theatre Ensemble, 13th Street Repertory Theatre, The Gnome Haus, and Stage Left Studio, regionally at Montgomery Theatre, the Media Theatre, Savannah Stage Company, Collective Face Ensemble, the Philadelphia Fringe Festival. As a singer with various choir trips to Venezuela, Puerto Rico, and in Ireland at St. Patrick's and St. Finn-Barre's Cathedrals. And has been on film in numerous SCAD student films, an Adult Swim short, and most recently, as a Times Square superman cos-player in the official music video for Coheed and Cambria’s ‘Island’. Josh’s solo show Orgullo Boricua premiered at 13th Street Rep in February 2017. Proud resident ensemble member of Phoenix Theatre Ensemble, and founding member/co-director of the NYC collective The Gnome Haus.