As a performer and writer, Mr. Kane has created and performed original works for major museums, arts centers and festivals, including New York’s 92nd Street Y (“A Force of Nature, Or How I Survived My Jewish-American Family”), the Jewish Museum (“The Streets are Paved with Gold”), The Peabody Museum at Yale (“It Was This Big” aka “The Great Bamboozler”), The Bruce Museum in Greenwich CT (“Spiders Weave Dragons Tales”), and the Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art in Ridgefield, CT (“We’re Not Weird, We’re Your Neighbors”). His “Stories of Ourselves” workshop was featured as a community outreach program for the Crown Heights History Project at the Brooklyn Children’s Museum, which was sponsored by the New York Times Foundation.
Kane served for more than a decade as a Connecticut Commission on the Arts (CCA) Touring Artist. His work as a performer and artist in residence was recognized when the CCA designated him a Master Teaching Artist.
“He told an original story to approximately 200 students who didn’t move for one hour. ‘Can we invite him back again?’ they said. I guess you can never get enough of Joshua Kane. He’s a natural!”
Sister Sally Norcross
Asst. Principal, All Saints Catholic School
“Joshua Kane has revived the great tradition of stage storytelling. He needs no props, just a stream of good stories and his own considerable talent. I was astonished and enthralled and reinvigorated. You will be too.”
World Fantasy Award-winning author