Cleveland Public Theatre Welcomes Joshua Smith!

Cleveland Public Theatre’s (CPT) Executive Artistic Director Raymond Bobgan is proud to welcome Joshua Smith as the new Technical Director. “His vast expertise, precision, and creativity make him a great candidate for any theatre. His level-headedness, leadership, and kindness make him an especially good fit for CPT.”

-Raymond Bobgan

About Joshua Smith

“The clear community forward relationships CPT fosters are vital to new creative experiences. The impact they’ve had in Cleveland is far reaching, and I’m looking forward to being a part of it all as I find my roots here as well.”

– Joshua Smith

Joshua Smith has worked on more than 300 productions in the last 10 years. His work has been seen on Broadway, ESPN, and in museums around the US. He is a graduate of Bowling Green State University where he earned a bachelor’s in theatre with a dual specialization in tech theatre and youth theatre/puppetry.  Prior to relocating to Cleveland, he was the ATD and head of sound for the Valentine Theatre in Toledo. Josh has been a teacher, photographer, videographer, fight choreographer, AV installer, graphic designer, and at one point, a safari zoo keeper. In his personal life, he is a cat dad, a human dad, plant dad, a partner to the EAD of Talespinner Children’s Theatre, an occasional baker, and is looking forward to exploring more of Cleveland.

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