Josh S. Boucher
Josh S. Boucher
Theatrical Director/Educator

Josh Boucher

Theatrical Director + Teaching Artist

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STONEWALL 1969 from Some Men

By Terrence McNally

Directed by Josh Boucher

May 4 and 5, 2019

Marymount Manhattan College

Box Theatre



Marymount Manhattan College, Class of 2019

B.A. Theatre Arts, Concentration in Directing

The show comes from a place of honesty. It gives us moments in time and under the direction of Josh Boucher, moments that speak to the truth, fear, and loneliness of these people. It also speaks to how deeply we all want and need to be loved and accepted, and I find that incredibly moving.
— Owsley Robinson about SOME MEN

Josh Boucher is a native of New Bedford, Massachusetts currently residing in New York City. This Spring he will graduate from Marymount Manhattan College with a B.A. in Theatre Arts, Concentration in Directing.

While at Marymount Manhattan College, Boucher served as the Assistant Director for Parade (Dir. Roger Ellis, MMC Mainstage/Theresa Lang Theatre) and Abroad (Dir. Abigail Grubb, MMC Box Theatre). Most recently he directed Slipping and is currently directing Some Men by Terrence McNally at Marymount Manhattan College.

Outside of MMC, Boucher has directed productions of Godspell, You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown, and The Miracle Worker, among others for the SouthCoast Children’s Theatre where he also serves as a frequent Guest Director.

He also serves as a Creative Directorial Consultant for the Greater New Bedford Voc-Tech Theatre Company most recently on Inherit the Wind and currently, Hairspray. In January 2019, he staged a one-night-only benefit for his high school theatre company titled, VTTC: Revisited which raised funds to cover production costs.