Josh McIntosh

Josh McIntosh

Josh has been designing sets and costumes for live theatre for over ten years.

For Queensland Music Festival, Josh has designed the epic outdoor signature events Boomtown in Gladstone, Behind the Cane in Bowen and The Road We’re On in Charleville.  For QTC, Josh has designed Country Song, Rabbit Hole and Thom Pain and for Laboite Theatre Company, Pale Blue Dot, The Wishing Well (with Matrix), The Danger Age, Red Cap (with QMF) and The Year Nick McGowan Came To Stay.  For Shake & Stir, Josh has designed Wuthering Heights, Revolting Rhymes, Tequila Mockingbird, Out Damn Snot,1984, Animal Farm and Statespeare  as well as their co-production with Opera Qld, FiZZ!   With Harvest Rain Theatre Company, his designs include Pirates of Penzance, Spamalot, Cats (Arena Spectacular), Guys & Dolls, Blood Brothers, Oklahoma, Hairspray, The Neverending Story, The Wizard of Oz, James and the Giant Peach, Aladdin, Jesus Christ Superstar, and many more.  For the Gold Coast Arts Centre, he has designed Miss Saigon, The Hotel Bêche de Mer, Ruby Moon (in association with Artslink) and Jesus Christ Superstar.  For deBase Productions, The Furze Family Variety Hour, Fly-in Fly-out, Chasing the Lollyman, Ithaca Road, Snagged and Popping Lead Balloons.  As part of Canberra’s Centenary celebrations in 2013 Josh designed the outdoor set for Kungkarangkalpa: Seven Sisters Songline, performed at Australia’s National Museum. Josh regularly designs for many other production companies, arts festivals and corporate events.

He has been awarded a Matilda Award for his body of design work (2011), Groundling Awards for his Body of Work in Set Design (2011 & 2012) and Body of Work in Costume Design (2011 & 2012).  Josh has won a Del Arte Chart Award every year since 2003.

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