Josh Way has served as an actor, director, and producing director for the HCE Players. Josh’s debut with HCE came in December, 2010 as Stephen Dedalus in the Christmas Dinner scene from A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man. Since then, he has performed in the group’s Bloomsday 2012 piece at the Irish International Immigrant Center in multiple roles; as Ulysses’ Buck Mulligan, Dubliners’ Little Chandler, and as Owen in Brian Friel’s Translations at a performance at Framingham State University; and as C in Mark O’Rowe’s Terminus. Josh co-directed Passages from Finnegans Wake: A Staged Reading in May, 2013 and directed three pieces in another collaboration with the IIIC, Crossroads, in October, 2013: Adaptations of the Ithaca and Penelope chapters of Ulysses and the North American debut of Nancy Harris’ Love in a Glass Jar. Josh holds an MA in Theatre Education from Emerson College and works there part-time as adjunct faculty/staff. Josh also sits on the board of another Boston fringe theatre company, Amazing Mustache Productions, and has both acted and directed there in Variations on the Death of Trotsky, The Duck Variations, Sexual Perversity in Chicago, and The Complete Works of Williams Shakespeare (abridged). A native of Pennsylvania, he played a leading role in a full-length independent film, Judy’s Dead, which is awaiting its debut on the festival circuit. Josh lives in Boston with his Norwegian Forest Cat, Oreo.