Joshua Adam Konegni

Co-President & Co-Founder of Kinetoscope Productions L.A., LLC.
Producer, Actor, Director, Set Decorator, Educator, Writer, Coach, & Consultant

Joshua Konegni holds a B.F.A. in Theatre from the University of Utah’s Professional Actor Training Program. While in Utah finishing his undergraduate work, Joshua performed at the prestigious Sundance Theatre Lab, the Sundance Summer Theatre, and the Pioneer Theatre Company. At Sundance, he became collaboratively involved with the critically acclaimed and award-winning director Michael Mayer developing the then new work in progress Spring Awakening.

After relocating to California in 2003, Joshua was hired by the Sierra Madre Playhouse to develop the character of the potently virile British designer Alistair Spenlow in the stage production of Move Over, Mrs. Markham. His work on the show landed him a 2003 Charlie Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Comedic Role.

Joshua went on to pursue and earn a graduate teaching credential in K-12 English education. In 2008, he received a distinguished young educator award from the education department at California State University, Los Angeles. In December of 2010, Joshua was awarded a master’s degree (M.Ed.) in Curriculum & Instruction with a minor in Methods and Instruction from Concordia University, Portland.

He began his career as an educator, theatre practitioner, and guest artist for the Los Angeles High School for the Arts, and from 2011-2015, he taught English language arts courses, theatre courses, & served as the Director of the Brookfield East High School Drama Department. He’s developed curriculum for and taught courses in Theatre History, Drama as Literature, Movement for the Actor, Voice & Speech, Acting, Stagecraft & Intro. to Theatrical Design, Creative Writing, & core English classes.

As both an executive producer and director, Joshua has successfully mounted large scale stage productions of The Boys Next Door, The Laramie Project, Grease, Wizard of Oz, The Importance of Being Earnest, How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, A Streetcar Named Desire, Evita, Twelfth Night, and many more. In 2010, Joshua’s directorial work was featured in the stage production of Defending Against Eros, which debuted at the Hollywood Fringe Festival.

As a professional actor, Joshua has worked with the Acacia Theatre (Milwaukee, WI), Pioneer Theatre Company (Salt Lake City, UT), the Eclectic Theatre (Los Angeles, CA), the Sundance Summer Theatre (Provo, UT), the Sundance Theatre Laboratory (Provo, UT), the Egyptian Theatre (Los Angeles, CA), the Sierra Madre Playhouse (Sierra Madre, CA), the Ark Theatre Company (Los Angeles, CA), and the Celebration Theatre (Los Angeles, CA).

In 2018, Joshua completed a graduate level entertainment law course through UCLA. Additionally, in 2017 & 2018, he completed level one and level two restorative justice training in both community building and harm & conflict resolution.

He is a proud member of the Screen Actors Guild-American Federation of Television & Radio Artists (SAG-AFTRA), Actors’ Equity Association (AEA), & the California Teachers Association (CTA).

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