Josh Rowe is an actor, director and teacher. He studied at the Stella Adler Studio while earning his BFA from New York University, and continued his training under master teacher Ron Burrus. Josh now teaches Acting Technique at the studio. Film credits include: Sunday/Paper’s Rest and Laurence Gingold’s Memory’s Diary. Favorite stage credits include: Mile of String’s Elegy for a Vacant Lot and No Where Can Be Here Now, A Bright Room Called Day (Tom Oppenheim, dir.), MIKA performed at the United Nations, and Meghan Finn’s production of E.E. Cummings’ Him.